The Three-Dimensional City

Envisioning new typologies of city

PLP worked with UCL Design Computation Lab and digital artist Yiyun Kang to create an exhibition at the Bi-City Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism in Shenzhen. The installation explored a possible future city underpinned by IUMO – a multi-dimensional urban mobility protocol developed by PLP Labs. The display imagined a not so distant world in which robots, powered by cities that are increasingly aware and intelligent, will solve mobility in increasingly automated ways.

  • The future of urban mobility, when systems become three- rather than two-dimensional
  • The impact of changing mobility on the structure of the city
  • New forms of data representation
  • A 3D projection-mapped installation that represented a possible future for cities built around new mobility systems
  • UCL Design Computation Lab
  • Yiyun Kang