The Ferrari Cities of Tomorrow Display is a Mini Architectural Masterpiece

By: Corinne Guirgis - Published: May 21, 2011 • References: autoblog & notcot
Constructed from Ferrari parts, tiny human figurines and interesting architectural constructs, the Ferrari Cities of Tomorrow display is sure to draw in massive crowds. The futuristic mini city is on display at the Ferrari store on Regent St. in London, England and is a part of the Regent Street Windows Project.

Designed in collaboration with Regent Street retailers, the Royal Institute of British Architects, Elle and Regent Street, the Ferrari Cities of Tomorrow display is one of a kind. The display is meant to showcase "Ferrari-inspired urban environments of the future," according to NotCot. To do this, it uses components of past and present F1 and GT Ferraris, which are available at the Ferrari store alongside Ferrari memorabilia.

The city is on display until Sunday, May 29 and is the perfect excuse to stop in and check out that luxury Ferrari you've been dreaming about. Stats for Futuristic Car Cities Trending: Older & Chilly
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