Over the last decade, emerging technologies and economies have affected aspects of our everyday life, from the way we work and travel, to how we think about shelter and social engagement. How will the sharing movement of today affect the way we inhabit and build the cities of tomorrow? Manhattan, one of the most dense and iconic places in the world, has been a laboratory for many visions of urbanism.
Sharing Models: Manhattanisms invites 30 international architects to produce models of their own visions for the city’s future. The models, each a section of Manhattan, establish analytical, conceptual, and physical frameworks for inhabiting and constructing urban space and the public sphere. Together, they present a composite figure; a territory that is simultaneously fictional and real, and one that opens a window to new perceptions of the city’s shared assets.
AC/E supporst the participation of the Spanish architects Iñaqui Carnicero and Lorena del Río.
Iñaqui Carnicero and Lorena del Río
Renato Rizzi, IUAV Venice (It)