Sustainable mobility by its very nature requires a supportive infrastructure – and a globally united one at that – for real value. With this in mind, Audi has sponsored six international avant-garde architects to design a future urban landscape for 2030 that will examine how urban planning and architecture can support green mobility .
The prize is 100,000 euro, and the winner will be announced in August at the 12th International Architecture Exhibition in the Venice Biennale. For the exhibition, each of the architects will produce an installation representing their concept of a transformed reality.
The architects are: Alison Brooks Architects (London), BIG (Copenhagen), Cloud 9 (Barcelona), Diller Scofidio + Renfro (New York), J. Mayer H. Architects (Berlin) and Standardarchitecture (Beijing).
Read more on Phase One in my reports for Wallpaper* and Car Design News.
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