For the celebration of their centennial, Steelcase asked 100 visionaries from around the world for their thoughts on what the next century might bring.
With the city as the probable environment for three quarters of the world's population in 2112, the parks, trails, streets, open spaces, and green infrastructure that we are building now will profoundly affect how the world lives and works in the future. Landscape architects from MVVA share their ideas about potential transformations in the way we experience urban landscapes, and discuss where the opportunities might be for meaningful improvements.
Michael Van Valkenburgh, Matthew Urbanski, Gullivar Shepard, Danielle Choi and Nicholas Pevzner describe their aspirations for a future that is characterized by resourcefulness, ecological vitality, and urban landscapes that engage positively with natural systems.
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