The History Channel, City of the Future - San Francisco 2108: IwamotoScott Architecture
What will San Francisco look like in 100 years? That was the question that 8 teams competed to answer in The History Channel's City of the Future design competition. This year's cities included San Francisco, Washington DC, and Atlanta (last year's were NYC, Los Angeles, and Chicago).
Faculty from the California College of the Arts were involved in five out of the eight architectural teams competing to design the futuristic San Francisco. IwamotoScott Architecture, a firm co-owned by CCA's Craig Scott won the San Francisco competition with their Hydro-Net design.
The teams had 1 week to envision what their city would look like in 100 years, 3 hours to build the design, and 15 minutes to present their vision to a panel of judges.
All eight of the futuristic San Francisco designs were on display this past week at CCA. More details here.