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Urban e-Motion

Theodore Spyropoulos Studio
Assistants: Mostafa El-Sayed, Manuel Jiménez García

Octavian Mihai Gheorghiu (Romania)
Natasha Gill (India)
Nhan Vo (USA)
Sergey Krupin (Russia)

Project Name
Urban e-Motion

Our project aims to develop an urban mobility system that will attempt to rethink the current role of transportation to augment the urban condition by actively addressing city issues related to parking, traffic and energy management. Our system proposes  a shared model of single user units that autonomously  interface the city in three dimensions, going beyond the streets. Facades therefore become more than envelope, as they perform as docking spaces for the units to park, energy-share and create space on-demand. The units become nodes of urban interfacing as a by-product of the system. The project therefore is a data-driven system that distributes and aggregates mobile units through continuous feedback and communication.