In cities like London and New York, developers are having to draw people back to the areas they priced them out of

  • India Block is assistant editor at the architecture and design magazine Dezeen

What do a fake hill, a giant light-up ball, gondola rides 300 metres in the air, staircases to nowhere, a park perched over a river and a glass elevator stuck on the side of a skyscraper have in common?

They are all part of the experience-ified modern city. The Mound, London’s sad, artificially turfed scaffolding structure, could soon be joined by the Sphere and the Tulip, while New York already has Vessel, Little Island and Summit One Vanderbilt.

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Source: Business – The Guardian

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