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HOW I IMAGINE THE URBAN FUTURE TO BE….

INTRODUCTION

My childhood desire has always been to study abroad. After earning my bachelor’s degree, I began making plans to study in the UK. Now that desire has come true, I overcame several obstacles in the interim. I believed that leaving one’s comfort zone to try something new was not very tough, which is precisely what I did. In September 2022, I relocated to Newcastle, England. I explored the city and experienced new culture. The metro system and modern architecture of this city are strong points.

WHAT IS THE IDEAL CITY AT URBAN LEVEL

Urbanism is a crucial component of architecture. The city, which boasts a wide variety of cultures for people of all ages. First of all, parks are the best location for families with young children and senior citizens. Green space, in my opinion, should be remote from industrial areas and close to residential areas. The city must have a solid public transportation system and certain amenities for the mid-aged demographic, especially those that commute from one place to another. Systems of public transportation can regulate the use of fossil fuels and private vehicles. On the other side, public transportation can manage the condition of the city.

WHAT IS FUTURISTS CITY

Population is become an issue at global. Cities in several regions of the world are crowded and overpopulated. Recreational space is not available. Skyscrapers are a good way to expand a small site and give a city a more contemporary appearance. Metro and buses would be available for short distances with reasonable ticket prices, but a high-speed train or bullet train would be needed for longer distances, such as between cities. Encourage the use of tiny boards in educational institutions. The street layout permits traffic from all types of vehicles, including big trucks, bicycle lanes, and pedestrian areas.

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School of Architecture
Planning and Landscape
Newcastle upon Tyne
Tyne and Wear, NE1 7RU

Telephone: 0191 208 6509

Email: nicola.rutherford@ncl.ac.uk