Nature-based Protection Against Storm Surges

Nature-based Protection Against Storm Surges Living Breakwaters, Staten Island, NYC. Image Courtesy of SCRAPE Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/992267/nature-based-protection-against-storm-surges “Superstorm Sandy in 2012 was a wake-up call for NYC and made the city realize it needed to better prepare for climate change,” said Adrian Smith, FASLA, vice president at ASLA and … Read more

Sometimes, the Better Alternative Is Not to Build New Things

Sometimes, the Better Alternative Is Not to Build New Things Studio One Eleven converted underutilized retail into their creative work space, for 135 employees; adjacent local and crafted retail can now better flourish. The project spurred the city of Long Beach to rejuvenate Harvey Milk Park, allowing for multiple street decks for outdoor dining, and … Read more

Uproar Causes US Army Corps of Engineers to Rethink Miami Storm Protection Plan

Uproar Causes US Army Corps of Engineers to Rethink Miami Storm Protection Plan Visualization of the US Army Corps of Engineers’ gray infrastructure proposal. Response to the US Army Corps of Engineers’ Back Bay Coastal Storm Risk Management Study / Curtis + Rogers Design Studio. Image Courtesy of Miami Downtown Development Authority Share Share Facebook … Read more

Campus Sacred Spaces Are Changing

Campus Sacred Spaces Are Changing Featured image: Lynn University Synder Sanctuary, designed by Newman Architects. The building’s space is defined by seven tall walls that literally and symbolically lean upon each other, providing a web of support among the ensemble of planes. . Image © Robert Benson Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or … Read more