One year on from Hurricane Sandy and what have we learnt
Perspective: How My Firm Saved Brooklyn Bridge Park From Sandy’s Fury | Michael Van Valkenburgh | Fast.Co.Design
“We should aim to incorporate more flexibility and potential for dynamic change into how we build–especially working collaboratively with our clients and those who will maintain the built projects.”
Hurricane Sandy: One Year Later | James S. Russell | Architectural Record
“While victims struggle to rebuild, architects plan for the next Big One.”
EXHIBITION | Museum of the City of New York Presents Hurricane Sandy Photography Exhibition on One-Year Anniversary | October 29-March 2
Rising Waters” is an exhibition of photographs taken in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island that capture the super-storm, the damage, and the aftermath. The Exhibition culled from over 10,000 images sent by over 1,000 people; both professional photographers. The exhibition includes a SOLD OUT event URGENT: New York Perspectives on Resilience co-sponsored by The Architectural League of New York, the American Society of Landscape Architects, and Island Press.
In other landscape news
Landscape architects well represented on London design panel | Landscape Institute
Several landscape architects are among the 14 practices to have been appointed in the public realm and landscape category of the Greater London Authority’s and Transport for London’s Architecture, Design and Urbanism Panel.