Computer technologies and new development of tools by the building industry have radically transformed the way buildings are planned and built. Contemporary architecture is constantly pushing the boundaries of material, structure and function reinventing our buildings and cities.
The combination of Helixator technology and the constant search of contemporary
architecture is highly probable to produce new and inspiring forms of mobility to solve the high density problems of our 21st century cities. Highly flexible automated bridges, ramps and walkways, with new and strong aesthetic values are now in the reach of every architect and city planner, the only current limit is our imagination.