After collecting a few somewhat questionable items from our new borough, we travelled back to the studio in Manhattan for some brainstorming around how public transport could become a more attractive alternative to the car.
Our first prototype was a floating bank that would be able to serve multiple functions after rising sea levels had put lower Manhattan under water.
During the second day we decided to take a more realistic approach and developed a bus for the future. The idea was to create a bus that would decrease the time-sensitivity of its passengers by tailoring to their needs of comfort, tranquility and connection.The result was the Tribus (which you can see us roleplaying into reality at the top of the page).
Other projects included ways of manipulating time by dividing the city into different time-zones, creating a way for senior citizens to control traffic lights and turning a crowded subway-commute into a meditation session.