Ferrari collaborates with Royal Institute of British Architects to foretell the “Cities of Tomorrow”


I love concept cars, they tend to show the uninhibited side of auto designers. This time sprucing up their creative juices is team Ferrari that has decided to take some help from the Royal Institute of British Architects to come up with an exhibit called the “Cities of Tomorrow.” The designs are basically up to show how building designs pick up influences from automotive technology. The distinct effort created by Duggan Morris Architects features “original, unique and certified components from past and present F1 and GT cars.” The concepts will be put up at the Ferrari Store, London until May 29th.

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