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Smart elevators as a model for autonomous transport
Everything in life is a game
A car for your handbag
Learning from elevators
Please swarm out
Of ants, data donators <br/> and Ferris wheels
Transport, not ecstasy
Autoethnography: Team Seoul
Swarming behavior: Team Berlin
Mission for agent i
All in Mini or fashion is the car
Take your dromedary to the beach
Mobility in the cities of tomorrow

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Mobility shapes our metropolises

by Jörg Zimmermann

Mobility shapes our metropolises
About 70 percent of the world’s population will in future live in megacities. For the Audi Urban Future Award 2012 six architectural offices are casting an eye over the metropolitan regions of Boston/Washington, São Paulo, Istanbul, Mumbai, the Pearl River Delta and Tokyo – and coming up with new ideas for developing mobility in urban space.
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Anyone who can build with peas and toothpicks must be a genius

by Jochen Stöckmann

Anyone who can build with peas and toothpicks must be a genius
At the age of 32 Richard Buckminster Fuller faced disaster: He was bankrupt and his infant daughter had just died. Instead of giving up, he resolved henceforth only to do things that were destined to help mankind as a whole. The fruits of his intentions are now on show at Marta Herford.
From “Slummerville” to “boom town”
The European Answer to Silicon Valley
Playing on the roads
The Secret of Happy Cities
The city is blind, deaf, and dumb
High density alone is not enough to have a city
Super interfaces and super trains
Mobilonomics: Team Boston
System optimization: Team Mexico
Digital Locomotion
Driving, light
Going with the data flow and sharing means of transport
What can the city do for me? <br> What can I do for the city?

News & Stories | Audi Urban Future Initiative 2012

Welcome to Utopia!

by Jörg Zimmermann

Welcome to Utopia!
The “Shareway” concept developed by Höweler + Yoon Architecture, winners of the Audi Urban Future Award 2012, spotlights the collaborative use of transportation structures. The other studios participating in the architecture award curated by Stylepark also focused on questions of mobility and transportation in 2030 – against the backdrop of individual needs and trends in society.

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Open systems for urban mobility

by Jörg Zimmermann

Open systems for urban mobility
Directly prior to the beginning of the 64th IAA International Motor Show in Frankfurt, the first “Audi Urban Future Summit” was held at The Squaire at Frankfurt Airport, curated by Stylepark. International experts from a variety of disciplines spent the day discussing Tag possible approaches to mobility in the cities of tomorrow.

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Ideas for the New City

Ideas for the New City
The New Museum’s “Festival of Ideas for the New City” examines – in cooperation with Stylepark and the der Audi Urban Future Initiative – the work of prominent architects as they grapple with questions of mobility and urbanism in a large-scale, three dimensional model of Manhattan along with five neighborhood-specific interventions designed by NYC-based architects.