Post-Apocalyptic Urban Design: What can Los Angeles learn from Tokyo-III Resilient Urbanism?

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Post-Apocalyptic Urban Design: What can Los Angeles learn from Tokyo-III Resilient Urbanism?

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Postby Martian_Sundays » Sun Jul 28, 2019 2:51 pm

https://youtu.be/gJPoaD0kEK8

I'm an Architect and Urban Planner, anime has always played a huge role in my journey as a Designer. Whether it is design inspiration or simply life motivation to challenge the odds and keep going. Because Hollywood is literally in my backyard [and as our cities combat impending irreversible Climate change ] I wanted to explore what we can learn about the future of humankind from science fiction and what they got right. Tokyo-III, the other City of Angels lol, was the first case study to come to mind. What can we learn from a city designed to protect its inhabitants?

The EvaGeeks Archive was a super invaluable resource, a shoutout in the credits :D

Super interested in your thoughts on green infrastructure Urbanism and what Evangelion got right haha

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Re: Post-Apocalyptic Urban Design: What can Los Angeles learn from Tokyo-III Resilient Urbanism?

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Postby Blockio » Mon Jul 29, 2019 10:46 am

Blocked in my country :/
Why don't you save the Princess next time instead of being such a baby? She would love it and maybe you could get a sweet kiss. ~ sadly not Mari in Q (Joseki)

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Postby Martian_Sundays » Wed Jul 31, 2019 11:43 am

View Original PostBlockio wrote:Blocked in my country :/


Embarrassing :facepalm:

I believe it may be available everywhere now :D

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Postby Blockio » Wed Jul 31, 2019 2:00 pm

It is, thank you! ^_^
Why don't you save the Princess next time instead of being such a baby? She would love it and maybe you could get a sweet kiss. ~ sadly not Mari in Q (Joseki)

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