Wednesday, October 26, 2011 at 7 a.m.
Architect Giacomo Castagnola and Urban Planner James Rojas firmly believe that the best way to look at a cityscape is from every angle.
The two creatives just finished the world's largest interactive city diorama of the City of Long Beach, which is designed to make the audience physically interact with and break away from the traditional ways they view architecture.
"Cities are messy, engaging, creative and rich information," the two write. "Every city's planning department should have one to encourage more people to get involved in creating better places."