We are on the cusp of an era of new forms of mobility, from autonomous vehicles, to drones, to electric bikes and scooters. How will these new technologies and new ways of getting around shape the way our buildings and cities? The session explores the ways architects and planners are responding to these changes, which are fundamentally altering how we live and work. Drawing on both the historical precedent and case studies of recent innovations in the design of buildings, streets, and public spaces, the presentation examines how designers rethink typical models and standards to future-proof designs for in a world of rapidly changing mobility technology. How do you design streets for AVs? How do plan for parking in buildings when cars park themselves? Do architects need to accommodate drone landing areas? The session look at these emerging technologies and lay out some fundamental design principles for this new era.