Smart cities and animated architecture

This Friday we’re highlighting compelling work in the built environment, from Arup and beyond.

1. Flip the Mediaas part of its South by Southwest coverage, highlights several panels that discussed how investing in data-driven technology can help build smarter cities and alleviate transportation woes.

2. designboom showcases Michael William Lester’s animated series “Character Building” in which architectural landmarks take on a life of their own.

3. ArchDaily profiles futurist fabrications in architecture and the digitization and computing technology that define “The Third Industrial Revolution.”

4. The New York Times discusses architectural design that thinks outside of the box, literally, with Flatiron-shaped spaces growing in popularity as developers take advantage of every available plot of land.

5. Modern Steel Construction Magazine features 181 Fremont, San Francisco’s tallest mixed-use building, which requires design solutions to go above and beyond typical seismic safety practices.



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