"This kind of open city I believe is a model for the 21st century (…)."

Jeffrey Inaba

Architect

Jeffrey Inaba’s city planning concepts map out a future that starts today. His work considers essential urban factors such as growing housing needs, geopolitical conditions, and sustainable environments. A key example is his planning vision project for Los Angeles in which the entire city is conceived as a continuous network of open spaces and transportation corridors with the car taking a back seat. Inaba’s approach is guided by his fundamental belief that interdisciplinary research leads to unlikely results, making unforeseen planning concepts possible. The 56-year old architect and writer is the former Features Editor of “Volume” magazine, a collaboration between “Archis”, “C-Lab” which Jeffrey founded, and “AMO”, the think tank of the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA), which counts Rem Koolhaas and Ellen van Loon among its partners.

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