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LA Design Challenge 2017: URB-E

by Matt Robinson on 21 Dec 2017

changagoidem Features | LA Design Challenge 2017: URB-E

URB-E wants to give Los Angeles 2060 back to its human occupants, it says, by parcelling up the city into four mile-long-square 'Gigablocks'. In these zones, no automobiles or fast-moving transportation devices are allowed, making the streets totally safe for humans to mill about on them, checking their social media apps or generally just loafing from place to place.

Instead, everyone has a personal transportation device for the areas within the Gigablocks, which are ringed by arterial roads. A person wanting to go and view sport in another Gigablock messages the cloud as to where they want to go, and…

LA Design Challenge 2017: Systematica

by Matt Robinson on 21 Dec 2017

changagoidem Features | LA Design Challenge 2017: Systematica

Italian concern Systematica, a transport planning and mobility engineering consultancy comprised of Anahita Rezaallah, Federico Messa, Filippo Bazzoni and Rawad Choubassi, went for a bit of the schmaltz factor, by imagining a conversation between a boy (seen on screen, but never heard - all his interactions come in the form of speech bubbles) and his grandfather (who, conversely, is heard but never seen).

In it, he recounts what LA was like in 1984, the last time the city hosted the Olympic Games, and the differences between then and the hyper-connected world of the future. The use of intelligent, autonomous automobiles…

LA Design Challenge 2017: Qoros Automotive

by Matt Robinson on 21 Dec 2017

changagoidem Features | LA Design Challenge 2017: Qoros Automotive

Here's a brilliant one from Shanghai-based Qoros Automotive and its team made up of Tim Pilsbury, Dongho Lee, Jack Jiang, Martial Fonton, Ouyang Sheng, William Wu, Xiaoyin Li, Sean Pan, Marcos Beltrao, Diana Jiang and Zixuan Zhang. The approach used here was to focus on 'connecting existing and modified infrastructure like Union Maglev Station and Ocean City sport venues using amphibious vehicles with patented multi-directional Qoros Force-Field Wheel Technology'.

Rather like oiio's idea, Qoros reckons future types won't own automobiles, instead ordering up vehicles as and when they're required. In this instance, though, the whole machine turns up, and it's…

LA Design Challenge 2017: oiio

by Matt Robinson on 21 Dec 2017

changagoidem Features | LA Design Challenge 2017: oiio

Quite a simple premise here from oiio, a New York and Athens-based group of architects, urbanists and researchers. The group focused on 'examining the dissection of a working automobile into working components and how those components could be more efficiently utilised according to given circumstances.'

Or, put another way, oiio reasons that the motor and chassis of a automobile could be a shared device, while people only own the cabin and 'trunk' of a vehicle, which then slots onto a hire chassis/motor when it arrives. This allows people to have any shape bodywork they want and keep it once they…

LA Design Challenge 2017: Launch Forth

by Matt Robinson on 21 Dec 2017

changagoidem Features | LA Design Challenge 2017: Launch Forth

The noble future vision of this conglomerate of major companies sees a global sporting event in 2060 that no longer differentiates between the Olympics and the Paralympics; everyone competes together. And Usain Bolt might want to look away, because to make the 2060 World Athletic Games more inclusive and exciting for the competitors, all world records are going to be reset ahead of the event.

To be fair, a lot of this vision focuses on how honourable the games are going to be in terms of the people competing in them, with only a brief mention of the public transport…

LA Design Challenge 2017: Honda Advanced Design & Trigger

by Matt Robinson on 21 Dec 2017

changagoidem Features | LA Design Challenge 2017: Honda Advanced Design & Trigger

This one reeks of big manufacturer budget. The Honda Advanced Design (HAD) video is a proper, honest-to-goodness, 'imagine anything and it can happen' sci-fi flick: athletes arriving at Earth from Mars on a Honda-badged spaceship (does it have VTEC hyperdrive, we wonder?); getting beamed down to the planet's surface on a giant space-faring contrivance; humanoid robots with trays of drinks; an arena that floats in mid-air above the actual city itself; competitors in the games sporting a vast array of prosthetic appendages, including one mermaid-type woman swimming in a gargantuan floating orb of water; ski-jumping with no snow (madness!); and…





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