This exhibtion is open in the NLA gallery from 15 Nov 2019 until 31 Jan 2020.
The way we move around cities is changing. In London, new mobility products are becoming a more common sight, rideshare services are increasing in popularity and driverless cars are currently being tested in parts of the capital. Future mobility presents a more flexible, easier and enjoyable service, yet there is still little understanding of what the impact might be to the wider physical infrastructure of the city. How do we ensure we make the most of new mobility technologies, whilst ensuring they serve as a means to achieving human-centric design that supports the sustainable growth of the city and its citizens?
The Future Streets exhibition by New London Architecture looks at the past, present and future of London’s streets, analysing the current landscape of innovation in mobility technologies, transport policies and urban planning approaches. It presents future scenarios and provokes thinking about what kind of city we want to inhabit and what role technology should play in realising that view.
For more information about the exhibition and event programme visit the website here.