Designing some of the largest and most complex projects in the world changes how you perceive time. Olympic cities are selected a decade or more before the games start. Airports, convention centers and stadiums can take just as long to plan and…
by Derrick Choi
If you’ve traveled lately, it should come as no surprise the United States’ overall infrastructure is in need of help. The American Society of Civil Engineers recently gave it a grade of D+.
What’s also becoming clear is that government alone…
A new Populous research initiative looks at the future of urban transit infrastructure
by Derrick Choi and Eric Williams
“If you build it,” the saying goes, “they will come.” But in truth, this represents only half the battle.
As designers of some of the world’s…
The New Year sees Australia welcome the world’s biggest names in tennis.
Along with playing host to Internationals and the season’s first Grand Slam, Australia is among the countries showcasing new tennis formats at some unexpected venues.
As a tennis fan, January in Australia…
by Matthew Bunis and John Shreve
Toronto FC recently hosted the Seattle Sounders in Major League Soccer’s 21st MLS Cup. While a frigid December night on the shores of Lake Ontario might not seem like an ideal setting for a championship soccer match,…
Autonomous vehicles have fascinated like few other technologies this year. From UBER testing a self-driving car service in Pittsburgh to Mercedes-Benz rolling out Sprinter “robovans” complete with delivery robots, the future feels a whole lot closer than it did even just a…