Since the last century, most of the public space has been designed for and around the automobile. Gradually, a mostly undifferentiated infrastructure developed into landmark architecture, with buildings and constructions of all kinds that interpret and mark the contemporary’s “automobile way of life”. Be it parking garages, gas stations, wash-cafés, bridges or motor hotels: the subject has a surprising lot of designs to offer. Paolo Tumminelli’s “Traffic design” shows recent interesting projects from the whole world.
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