If you had just 24 hours to impact your city, what would you do?
The 24-Hour City Project is an ongoing experiment to hack the city and explore the intersection and tensions of technology and the built environment. The project brings together artists, technologists, architects, data analysts, policy makers, journalists and more, with the aim to actively demonstrate how technology, imagination, and innovation can impact our future cities.
The project was born out of the Intelligent Cities Initiative with the National Building Museum in collaboration with our own Bonnie Shaw, Danny Harris, Julia Klieber, Rob Bole and Scott Kratz. ISL is also responsible for the creative, and has sponsored both instances of the 24 Hour City Project with prizes totaling almost $10,000.