A project that monitors mobility in the city of Rome in three different layers - walking, cycling, and running- to discover critical node points that need some alterations. The goal was to create the most interaction with the least friction by improving mobility. The mobility data was gathered from an open-source application. The project aimed to suggest design solutions for the critical points to enliven River Tiber Bank and to weave the connection web across the river.
Computational Design, Urban Design, Big Data Science