Official Bootleg of Urban China Magazine by Volume Magazine/C-LAB
For this commandeered issue of Urban China Magazine, Volume magazine and C-LAB focused on the idea of global fiscal crisis.
The team developed content and created graphics with specific attention towards President Obama's then-new Office of Urban Policy and the use of public transportation to enact change.
The Triangle Research Area in North Carolina suffers from unorganized sprawl, heavy traffic volume and segregated public transit systems. Ample open space, local infrastructure, several universities, and the largest corporate park in the country make the area ideal for continuing urban development. By manipulating the proposed (but uncertain) light rail line and creating a closed loop, new development can be focused to strategic areas while decreasing the need for personal automobiles, and connecting the disjointed urban areas. In this way, the future growth and densification will lead to a more efficiently organized region than currently exists.