AN architect's vision for the future of Yorkshire is going on display to the public today.
Will Alsop's dream of a SuperCity spanning from Liverpool to Hull is being unveiled in Manchester.
The imaginary coast-to-coast city stretches along the M62 and includes huge self-contained villages reaching into the sky and the modern transport system that would mean "present day city limits are blurred".
A SuperCity spokesman said: "With advanced transportation systems in place the inhabitants of SuperCity could choose to live in Hull, commute to work in Liverpool, shop in Leeds and go clubbing in Manchester, all in a day.
Northampton-born architect, Mr Alsop said: "I'm fascinated by the way people live their lives and how we might want to live in the future.
"SuperCity aims to break down conventional barriers to thought by constantly asking `what if?'"
The exhibition, SuperCity: Will Alsop's Vision for the Future of the North, starts on January 20 at Urbis, in Manchester, and runs until May 15.
Mr Alsop's previous projects include Liverpool's failed Fourth Grace and the £4.5m Peckham Library and Media Centre.