The flow[n] team would like to thank everyone who came to the introduction of the project at the MIC opening party. The evening was a great success, and we are now ready to continue the flow[n] journey with the first interviews and posts.
Below are a few pictures to give those that could not attend the party a taste of the evening…
Mobility in Chain Opening party report
MIC‘s opening party on 23rd June will officially introduce and launch Flow[n] , the new research group created to investigate the challenges related to mobility and urban planning.
Flow[n] aims to expand the world of transport to include a wider understanding of the environment and constant dialogue with other fields, bridging gaps between urban planning, sustainable engineering, architecture, landscape, ITS…
The project aims to initiate a set of interviews and discussions to understand the context of the contemporary city and develop ideas for the future of mobility. These reflections, together with observations of the world around us, will generate specific research tasks and projects, yielding articulated studies focused around the key concepts of infrastructure and the city and the potential evolution of public transport.
Please join us for the event on 23rd June and bookmark this page to check on the development and evolution of the flown project.
One of the tasks of Flow[n] is to explore and record what is happening across the globe as regards both solutions for mobility adopted in various cities and research and debate regarding its future. A key part of understanding our context and envisioning innovative proposals centres on discussions with prominent figures in the fields of transport, planning, and sustainability.
The Flow[n] team will invite a set of experts from both professional and academic backgrounds to share their views through VoIP interviews. They will be responding to a set of questions that aims to explore their experiences and ideas related to the themes above. Together with the Milan conversations, these interviews will provide a knowledge base and a starting point for discussion on the role of mobility in the contemporary city.