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09.05.2011 | Photo
Audi Urban Future Initiative in New York
Architects and curators of the „Audi Urban Future: Project New York“
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05.05.2011 | Photo
“Audi Urban Future: Project New York” – visions of five up-and-coming New York architects
“Work-in-progress” – the installation illustrates the ideas of the architects on a scale of 1:1200 in the Openhouse Gallery, New York
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05.05.2011 | Photo
“Audi Urban Future: Project New York” – visions of five up-and-coming New York architects
“Work-in-progress” – the installation illustrates the ideas of the architects on a scale of 1:1200 in the Openhouse Gallery, New York
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05.05.2011 | Photo
“Audi Urban Future: Project New York” – visions of five up-and-coming New York architects
Abruzzo Bodziak Architects plan to allow buildings in New York to get higher by 2030 – because of the lack of space – and so create as much surface area as possible for solar generators and thus a decentralized energy system.
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05.05.2011 | Photo
“Audi Urban Future: Project New York” – visions of five up-and-coming New York architects
LEONG LEONG want to bring nature back into the city and allow a natural balance to arise. This is made possible by gigantic net structures, which are suspended between the buildings and greened. By this means fauna can spread out across the city unimpeded.
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05.05.2011 | Photo
“Audi Urban Future: Project New York” – visions of five up-and-coming New York architects
Matter Practice apply the idea to Washington Heights, specifically the twelve-lane Trans-Manhattan Expressway, a tunnel in the heart of Manhattan that is completely overloaded (Washington Heights). Their idea is to break open the tunnel, slow down the traffic and create urban spaces. The flow of traffic will become part of city life: Cafés, room for pedestrians and new shops can come into existence.
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05.05.2011 | Photo
“Audi Urban Future: Project New York” – visions of five up-and-coming New York architects
Inspired by the Award proposals of Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), the team around Peter Macapia decided to develop the ideas of the Danish architecture and applies the parameters laid down by BIG to this microcosm of Lower Manhattan.
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