mar 3, 2010
SCAPE / RISING CURRENTS featured in New York Magazine
WHEN THE WATER RISES - Five Architects' Plans for Managing a Globally Warmed FutureREAD MORE
feb 22, 2010
Kate Orff's essay published in China
Landscape Urbanism and the Strategy of the EarthworkREAD MORE
feb 4, 2010
OYSTER-TECTURE featured in The Architects Newspaper!
AS THE TIDE TURNS
Rising Currents teams share flood-averting plans
jan 28, 2010
SCAPE is a DBE
SCAPE has been certified as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise.READ MORE
SCAPE / RISING CURRENTS featured in New York Times
jan 11, 2010
ARCHITECTS PLAN 'AMPHIBIOUS LANDSCAPE' FOR NEW YORK CITY
By NATHANIAL GRONEWOLD of ClimateWire
Published: January 11, 2010
What would New York's waterfront look like after a sea level rise of 2 feet or more?
Most officials paint a nightmare scenario -- huge swaths of expensive real estate permanently flooded, with frequent storms and the resultant storm surge routinely forcing mass evacuations every few years. But several architects are now painting a more positive picture, and their visions for a post-climate-change new New York have city planners interested...
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