This 2008 competition, sponsored by the History Channel, was a call for architects and planners to display what Atlanta should be like in 100 years - 2108. I was part of an invited team of Georgia Tech professors, and the team's “LWARPS: We can reverse SPRAWL” proposal presented solutions in the era of cheap oil, cheap water, and cheap land. Atlanta is known for an incredible amount of urban sprawl, due to both lack of geographical borders to contain the city and lack of planning oversight to control growth properly. Three main strategies were employed to reverse sprawl: 1) green infrastructure network containing stream bed buffers, 2) mobility infrastructure to connect dense areas via public transit, and 3) “eco-transfer” concept of transferring development rights in support of sustainable measures. For the proposal, I researched sustainable urban strategies including urban water reuse, urban renewable energy generation/distribution, and public transport options. The construct was displayed at Atlanta Underground, Mason Murer Gallery, and the Georgia State University Gallery - all in Atlanta.