Off-ramp : architectural opportunity in the mobile landscape
Preszler, Blake Anthony
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The ubiquitous character of automobiles and mobile infrastructure has formed a series of un-exploited relationships with our built environment. The automobile and architecture continue to operate as unsynchronized functions. While the automobile is constantly evolving as a means of technology and space, architecture is trapped in a vacuous state, slow to adapt, un-evolved, submitting to the will of the car. Since its invention, the automobile and the infrastructures it travels, has remained a challenge to architecture. The relationship between automobile and architecture has reached a tipping point, and therefore needs to be re-questioned.