What Will the City of the Future Look Like?
Cities are in danger of suffocating from increased density unless real estate investors, developers and politicians start thinking differently about how to improve quality of life, according to one architect. Joe Brancato, regional managing principal of the world–renowned architecture firm Gensler, warns that planners and owners have to start thinking about the “horizontal plane” of cities around the world as they become more and more crowded. He suggests that can be done by transforming underutilized space and buildings into parks, and entertainment and sports areas.
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