The Royal Institute of British Architects will display their vision of the "Cities of Tomorrow" at Ferrari's London store on Regent Street this month.
Created by Architects Duggen Morris, the display will encompass all four windows of the flagship store and take inspiration from Ferrari to create "innovative urban environments of the future."
The display utilises Ferrari memorabilia and components, from the firm's past and present road-going and F1 cars, to show how building techniques can create living environments that facilitate movement and well-being.
Open now, the show will run until the 29th of May.
Russell Campbell - 18 May 2011