For Dutch-speaking, a very old interview (the early 60s) with an artist that designed a city called New Babylon. Shared yesterday in an interesting edition of Zomergasten with Government Architect Floris Alkemade. The same problems of clash of technology, mobility and liveability of cities on a different scale, but stressing the importance of human connections that build cities, not the infrastructure of technology.
What is also is striking: he compares the rise of robots in our lives as a liberating force, humans can focus on creative tasks and the work is delegated to the robots. Nothing new, this concept was tested before when slaves were common. Not sure if that is a preferable comparison.