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Words: Matt Robinson - @MttRbnsn

Published on: December 21, 2017

Words: Matt Robinson - @MttRbnsn

Published on: December 21, 2017

Creating a vision for urban mobility at a 2060 global sporting event held in LA...

The 2017 Automobility LA Design and Developer Challenge invited creative professionals from around the world to help Los Angeles host a global sporting event in the year 2060, with each of the 11 teams coming up with a film presenting their vision of what mobility, sport and life may be like in the City of Angels, 43 years from now. There was a main award for the Judges' Pick, but also secondary awards for the best visions for the Industry Pick and People's Pick. Here's a run-down on what came in.

Byton Design
Global start-up team, Byton Design, dreams up a compact car that features flying drone seats for airborne sports viewing...
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Cunningham Concept Design
Local team Cunningham Concept Design comes up with... with... well, what the heck HAS it come up with?!
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GK Design International Inc.
Automated parking lifts and insectoid flying machines form GKDI's vision of a 2060 Los Angeles, recovering from a tsunami.
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Herman Miller
Some slightly lazy future art-working on LA Google Street View, here, from city-based Herman Miller.
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Honda Advanced Design & Trigger
(Judges' Pick Winner)

Honda Advanced Design comes up with a properly bonkers future vision; it naturally wins the judges' vote for the competition.
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Launch Forth, Allianz, Ottobock, Red Bull & International Paralympic Committee
All-inclusive games served by mass transit systems is the focus of the Launch Forth team.
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oiio
US-Greek tie-up oiio imagines the car split into two, with people owning cabins while the motor/chassis is for hire.
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Qoros Automotive
Anti-gravity tyres and laser-guidance form part of Qoros Automotive's LA 2060 transportation device.
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Systematica
(Industry Pick Winner)

Systematica's vision of a largely traffic-free LA won the votes of the industry; video has a story-telling theme.
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URB-E
LA 2060 will be a city dominated by pedestrians, reckons California-based URB-E, thanks to four-mile-long Gigablocks.
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ZGF Architects
(People's Pick Winner)

ZGF's shape-shifting transportation devices win the public's imagination for the 2017 Design Challenge.
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