The shadows, the lighting, the gradient color shift into darkness, this is classic urbanism horror.
Of course, this was not Hugh Ferriss’s original intention.
Hugh Ferriss was one of the first architects to comprehend that, in order for the general public to understand the impact of zoning text, we need to visually represent it in a way people will understand.
In our second blog as a startup we write about the fundamental questions we are asking in relation the challenges cities face in the 21st century: Can computers be creative? Can computers be taught to design? What is the process of teaching computers to design? Can computers design cities? If a city is designed by a computer, does it translate to more equity in development?