Future Cars Will Force Us to Redesign Future Cities | Architectural Digest

For more than a century, driving automobiles has shaped our behaviors, and that behavior has shaped our cities. But with self-driving electric cars on the horizon, how will architecture and real estate be impacted when the driver is no longer turning the wheel or pushing the pedals?

It’s a question city planners and architects like Gensler CEO Andy Cohen are already taking into consideration, as they anticipate how driverless automobiles will affect our surroundings. “Everyone is focused on the technology [itself],” Cohen says, “but as an architect, I need to focus on the implications to the built environment.”

Source: Future Cars Will Force Us to Redesign Future Cities | Architectural Digest

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