Rolling Masterplan is an experiment in urban infrastructure, challenging the role of static space in city-planning and architectural design. Real life infrastructure redesign projects, such as New York’s High Line (and the proposed Lowline), as well as the so-called temporary urbanism associated with food trucks and pop-up restaurants have enjoyed notable popularity in recent years. Although Rolling Masterplan may remain a conceptual fantasy, it does suggest that architects have become increasingly unafraid to question basic assumptions about the role of space and the shifting functions of city planning. What do you think of the results?
[via It’s Nice That]