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Architecture has a profound ability to change communities, it can help shape a tangible future in a world of uncertainties, and a dysfunctional building can have hard-to-reverse consequences on the urban fabric, the environment, the economy, society, culture, wellbeing, and of course, people. No pressure then, for the multi-disciplinary team involved in the conception and execution of London’s Elizabeth line, with its ten new stations and forever-changed adjacent neighbourhoods. How is London realigning itself around this new artery and what legacy will this citywide development leave for generations to come?
Elsewhere, you may also stumble upon a futuristic Ideas Lab with oil tanks and steel pipes, a training facility with a “live” Boeing 737 for aviation’s next generation, and a thorough exploration of the latest invisible technology trends in the workplace, plus some speculation and a smattering of AI with global design agency IDEO’s HyperHuman exhibition, which showcased empathy-endowed prototypes that celebrate the potential of Augmented Intelligence. Here’s to the future, then!