Chapter 1: Envisioning Future Infrastructures Chapter 2: Notes on Drawing Chapter 3: Into the Future: Analytic Scenarios Chapter 4: Historical Trajectory of Transportation Infrastructure Chapter 5: Urban Scale Impacts Chapter 6: Urban Theories and Autonomous Vehicles Chapter 7: Street Scale Impacts Chapter 8: Public Transportation Chapter 9: Technology, the City, and the Autonomous Vehicle Chapter 10: Utopian Visions
AnnaLisa Meyboom is Associate Professor at the University of British Columbia in the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (SALA) as well as the Director of the Transportation Infrastructure and Public Space Lab (TIPSlab). Her research focus is the interrogation of future applications of technology in the design of our built environment. She emphasizes the need to integrate the highly technical, the beautiful and the environmental simultaneously and seamlessly into built form. She holds a degree in engineering from University of Waterloo and a Masters of Architecture from the University of British Columbia. She designs and writes about future infrastructures and the use of advanced digital tools in the design and fabrication of architectural form.