We've all seen predictions of cities in the future
. They feature massive buildings built at odd angles reaching inconceivable heights and are surrounded by thoroughfares of flying vehicles. Huge spacecraft are docked at spaceports. People wear funky clothes and mingle with aliens.
Not in Chlorofilia.
Chlorofilia is the re-imagined Los Angeles of the future, in a time when organic technology has turned an earthquake ruined city into a living and thriving being that houses millions. We get a peek at the wild technology, the future modes of transportation, media, and architecture.
For more ideas about the future of Los Angeles, check out Newsweek's "Future of Work" series. Here's a short clip from that:
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