WHAT IS TO COME?
Society is evolving and progressing into an autonomous world where cars will no longer need a parking lot.
what is to come is a quick study of cityscape, it questions how we deal with an ever-changing urban density with speculative resolvers and is meant as a dialog exchange to envision an innovative future. moving from the rural and its metropolitan set up to the urban, it’s allowed me to question my placement in the universe and how i move between the fabrics of site. it’s obvious that the topic of transportation lingers in the back of your mind when speaking about getting to point a to point b, especially when thinking of big cities and how we move large quantities of people. but this study is not just about vectors but instead about the human experience. when comparing a car vs. a streetcar, you experience metropolis differently; it is exploited where extreme meets sci-fi. it allows individuals to own their own rocket ships that help you get to work, the store, etc. a network of cable cars lifts people above the territorial automobiles that have dominated and claimed the asphalt.