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In Blueprint's special transport issue, we take an in-depth look at Copenhagen's new underground line, Cityringen, delivered by Arup — Denmark's biggest infrastructure project for 400 years. We also sit down with Renzo Piano to discuss a project close to his heart, the creation of a new bridge for his hometown Genoa following the tragic Morandi Bridge collapse in 2018. We review Tesla's headline-grabbing Cybertruck, meet nomadic design duo Unknown Fields who examine the hidden global networks of contemporary consumption, and hear rallying cries for the improvement of transport fromDeyan Sudjic, Francine Houben and Paul Priestman.
Elsewhere in the issue, we bring you all the winners from the 2019 Blueprint Architecture Photography Awards. Meanwhile, Francesca Perry reviews OMA's School of Science and Sport for Brighton College and Anthea Gerrie meets Charles Eames' granddaugghter striving to conserve the iconic Eames House. Plus: the Lisbon Architecture Triennale, Surface Design Show, Johnston Marklee, Minotti and much more!