A Future City should facilitate a sustainable yet comfortable lifestyle without compromising our psychological and physical wellbeing of the people.
There is an increasing demand for homeownership, which in turn, has drastically driven up the cost of owning homes. While physical comfort is often associated with owning a personal living space, we must consider the psychological stress that could be triggered by financial debt from homeownership.
We should utilise innovative technologies and cost-effective construction methods.
I think we can pay weekly rent instead of hefty mortgage loans.
A Future City should be conducive to social bonding and interaction that can lead to meaningful relationships.
How many of us have socialised with our neighbours? Have you involved yourself in community events in your neighbourhood? The truth is, in this fast-moving world, we are simply too busy and lack opportunities for interaction.
How about shared living spaces such as living room & communal kitchens.
The Future City should provide every individual with access to basic amenities such as food, and a quality transportation system.
What do you think can be done to achieve a quality transportation system?
Building walkable communities which have amenities within walking distance.
Green vehicles such as electric cars, alternative fuel vehicles.