The image of the city

Designing cities requires different stages of thinking and a range of communication and representation skills. The city imagined concentrates on the representation tools needed to explain new interpretations of the city. These include design drawings, concept sketches, and models, both physical and computer-based.

The new city needs to be imagined as an exciting place of possibilities. The range of images needs to suggest new building forms, inspiring new spaces, and a future that is innovative and stimulating. Drawings and models need to be carefully planned and executed to convince an audience of the possibility of a new world of experience and architecture. New urban environments require a great deal of financial investment: ...

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