Yesterday’s city of the future
This is the city of the future, as imagined by an architect named Harvey Wiley Corbett in the 1920s.
It was included in Gregory Benford‘s The Wonderful Future That Never Was, a collection of predictions from Popular Mechanics magazine.
I lifted it from a blog post by Dan Wang, who teaches economics and philosophy at the University of Rochester and whom I’ve never met.
Tags: Dan Wang, Future, Gregory Benford, Harvey Wiley Corbett, Popular Mechanics, Predictions