IQ in The New York Times: “Glimpses”

What will our cities look like in 30 years? That’s the question posed by joint shows in New York City and Amsterdam, as architecture centers in each city simultaneously display an international collaboration, “Glimpses of New York and Amsterdam in 2040.” The exhibition organizers challenged 10 architecture and design firms to imagine a healthier urban future that includes new waterside cityscapes, neighborhoods and transit systems for both cities. “Glimpses” will remain on view in New York at the Center for Architecture (536 LaGuardia Place; 212-683-0023; www.aiany.org) through Sept. 10, and at the Amsterdam Centre for Architecture/ARCAM (Prins Hendrikkade 600; 31-20-620-4878; www.arcam.nl) through Aug. 13.

Read IQ’s full article in The New York Times, by clicking on the picture below:

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