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Reclaiming the streets

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University of Bristol appoints Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects, Hawkins\Brown, and BuroHappold for new University Library

A new £80 million library development is to be built at the heart of the U...

AIA|LA announce winners of 2017 student awards competition

The American Institute of Architects Los Angeles chapter (AIA|LA) is delighted t...

NaCSBA says Right to Build in UK holds key to delivery of quality homes

The National Custom and Self Build Association (NaCSBA) in the UK welcomed the f...

EVENTS

16.09.2017 

2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial 

The 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial unites a main exhibition at the Chicago Cultural Ce  ...read more

22.02.2018 

Annual Architecture & Design Film Festival 

Annual Architecture & Design Film Festival Washington D.C. from February 22-25, 2018 at t  ...read more

05.04.2018 

Dwell on Design 

The Largest Design Fair on the West Coast of the USA at the Los Angeles Convention Center   ...read more

Can autonomous vehicles create human-centred roadways and reclaim urban streets for the people?
Urban planners, architects and designers are getting very excited about the possibilities that autonomous vehicle technology will bring for our cities. Many are currently envisioning the layouts, laws, and the look and feel of our streets when AV technology becomes mainstream.  A recent conceptual design exercise from HOK, a global architecture and design firm, offers an optimistic, environmentally friendly, and naturalistic take on how this technology may reshape our cities. HOK’s research and conceptual design content looks at the impact autonomous vehicles will have on how we plan, design and experience our cities. Specifically, the firm is examining: How the design, dimensions and technology of autonomous vehicles will change our built environment, from buildings to city streets. How the efficiencies of autonomous vehicles will afford the opportunity to reclaim and r

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