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42 Visions For Tomorrow From The Golden Age of Futurism

It's But sometimes it feels like our futuristic dreams are stuck in the and And there's actually a good reason for that.

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小松崎茂 Komatsuzaki Shigeru - Between Planets by Robert A.

Geoffrey Jellicoe. Motopia, A Study in the Evolution of Urban Landscape.1961  The past had a good bead on the auto-centric culture that we are plagued with today, but they also had a better idea of community - note the high-density setting with mixed residential and commercial spaces. You would only need your car if you went to another location, all your daily needs would be walkable within the structure.

"No person will walk where automobiles move," is how British architect Geoffrey Alan Jellicoe described his town of the future, "and no car can encroach on the area sacred to the pedestrian.

42 Visions For Tomorrow From The Golden Age of Futurism

It& But sometimes it feels like our futuristic dreams are stuck in the and And there& actually a good reason for that.