LA and New York in 2030

Newsweek picks the brains of architects to offer these visions of what the cities of New York and Los Angeles will look like in 2030.

From densely stacked buildings to podcar transit systems, these presentations imagine what these megacities could look like in the near future, and how they might work better than they do today.

Ideas about New York were designed by Richard Meier and Partners, Cooper, Robertson & Partners, and HOK. Los Angeles Ideas were designed by Michael Maltzan Architecture, Gensler, and cityLAB-UCLA.

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