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What will the cities of the future be like? What skills will be required of professionals to build a smart city? How can we combine technological innovation, urban design, business models, strategy and societal concerns? The international Master’s programme ‘Prototyping Future Cities’ offers integrated education with a multidisciplinary approach in relation to city projects, various technologies and urban studies, thereby offering students a holistic approach to urban expansion and regeneration.
AR ‘Advanced Moscow Housing Prototype’ for 1000 people was developed by students of the international master program ‘Prototyping Future Cities’ under the guidance of Elena Mitrofanova and Ivan Mitrofanov.
Flair was developed to bridge the distances between people. It is an outerwear, which sends hugs through a smartphone. The prototype was made with inflatable actuators, which can recreate one’s sense of touch.
Augmentation of communication is attained by coding messages into a series of vibrations. These vibrations are transmitted via a silicone strip on the skin’s surface through the app. Communication can be absolutely different withadded 'tactile' sense!
This project foresees the use of sustainable organic materials to develop networks of urban components. In particular, Interlace 0 investigates the capabilities of natural cotton fibres as a tensile material and bioplastics as binding and compressing materials.
This project is based on the idea of integrating natural biological species into the basic urban context using a parametric system of facade modules. A vertical green wall will support the surrounding ecosystem.
In December 2019, Shukhov Lab – the HSE Laboratory for Experimental Urban Design – is turning three years old. For its anniversary, it has set up a gallery with collages depicting future images of Moscow. Before the close of this year, the Moscow-2050 project goes toShenzhen Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture in China.
Daria Klimova, a graduate of the international master's programme ‘Prototyping future cities’ and a fellow of the grant of the President of the Republic of Tatarstan, presented the concept of revitalizing the territory of the ‘Santekhpribor’ industrial enterprise at the II Russian Youth Architectural Biennale in Kazan.