SCI-Arc Future Initiatives (SCIFI), Fall 2012
critic: Peter ZELLNER
suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.
Joel KERNER: Our cities have traded good congestion, that being pedestrian movement and necessitated interaction, for a congestion of automobiles and transit. Our architecture—and ultimately our urban space—is increasingly getting out of scale as we trade traditional planning and hierarchy for Bigness and isolation. Our once great urban space has slowly been replaced by lifeless infrastructure that separates pedestrians from their destinations.