CityScope Champs-Élysées is a tangible user interface for urban planning and decision-making. It was designed as part of an exhibition at the Pavillon de l'Arsenal in Paris, France. The exhibition, curated by PCA-STREAM, explores new plans and future interventions for the Champs Élysées Avenue. These plans include options for reduced traffic, encouraged walkability, improved cycling and pedestrian mobility, and improved access to cultural landmarks and amenities along the avenue. Due to COVID-19 and the forced shutdown of the exhibition, we have decided to move this exhibition online.
Virtual CityScope Champs-Élysées was created during COVID19 by Ariel Noyman, Arnaud Grignard, Nicolas Ayoub, Tri Nguyen-Huu, Luis Alonso & Kent Larson, from 3 continents, 5 cities, and 6 homes, none of which in Paris.