Automatic for the City: Designing for People In the Age of The Driverless Car
As we approach a new stage in our urban transformation, Automatic for the City prepares urban designers and city planners for the introduction of connected autonomous vehicles (CAVs), to our streets. This book is a reflection on the relationship between new technologies and urbanism, as well as an agile urban design manual with pictures illustrating potential spatial arrangements enabled by the new technologies. Two case studies in the central urban cores of London and Los Angeles are presented to show how neighborhoods can be redesigned for the better and how to apply good urban design principles across towns and cities worldwide.
Author Riccardo Bobisse, Andrea Andrea Pavia
Category Urban Design Books