Terreform ONE's plans to upend cities and suburbs in a post-pandemic world

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Terreform ONE's fanciful vision of 42nd Street in New York city, with riparian corridors teeming with aqueous life, lighting systems with vertical-axis wind turbines and photovoltaic cells, and lots of green walls. Credit: Terreform ONE.
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Terreform ONE's fanciful vision of 42nd Street in New York city, with riparian corridors teeming with aqueous life, lighting systems with vertical-axis wind turbines and photovoltaic cells, and lots of green walls. Credit: Terreform ONE.

And now for some serious fun. Last week, I had the opportunity to facilitate an online conversation with Terreform ONE, a Brooklyn, New York-based nonprofit architecture and urban design research group...

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