Saturday, January 20, 2007

Last November, The History Channel initiated a design competition to imagine what New York, Los Angeles and Chicago might be like in the year 2106. The winners are all in, which include both some big names and radical concepts.

Perhaps the most intriguing is Architecture Research Office's vision for Manhattan after the polar ice caps have melted.

view proposal here

The office of SCI-Arc director Eric Owen Moss addresses the LA River corridor and attempts to humanize the city's vast infrastructure.

view proposal here

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