Although it is doubtful that the aggressive attitudes exercised during the 20th century for ever faster, more dominant infrastructures can ever be completely tamed, there is already a movement in recent years towards softer, greener, slower infrastructures that can improve social life while addressing ecological offenses. This special issue looks ahead to a brighter future for urban infrastructure through the lens of fifteen recent works. Among these are the Princeton Transit Hall and Market by Rick Joy Architects, Luís Pedro Silva’s Porto Cruise Terminal, Lahti Travel Centre by JKMM Architects, Napoli-Afragola High Speed Train Station by Zaha Hadid Architects, and more.
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