Dezeen Magazine just released a report about my talk at the What Design Can Do conference in São Paulo this week.
Architects and urban designers are finally responding to the threat of rising sea levels by welcoming water into cities, says urbanism expert Tracy Metz.
Metz – a fellow at Harvard Graduate School of Design – has spent years researching architecture and infrastructure strategies that integrate water, as climate change threatens rising sea levels and increased flooding.
“You see that more and more architects are designing for and with water,” she said. “These strategies bring together all different kinds of design disciplines: urban design, landscape architecture, engineering and architecture.”
To read the article in Dezeen Magazine, click here.