Monthly Archives: December 2017
A Penn State VR studio looks to bridge the gap between informal settlements and formal design expertise.
By Zach Mortice
Renowned for their ad hoc flexibility, material economy, and compositional resourcefulness, Rio de Janeiro’s favelas can be treasure troves for urbanists. Continue reading Favela Real
Not Gone. Yet.
Landslide 2017’s theme is Open Season on Open Space.
By Katarina Katsma, ASLA
In a time of great upheaval for the United States, it is hard to keep track of the many risks to our national landscapes. Continue reading Not Gone. Yet.
The Rising Tidewater
Disparate but urgent efforts to address sea-level rise in the Virginia Tidewater, one of the country’s most important strategic centers, are striving to keep up with visible realities.
By Brett Anderson / Photography by Sahar Coston-Hardy
The first question that sprang to Ann C. Phillips’s mind soon after she moved to Norfolk, Virginia, in 2006 was, “Why, when it rains, does the whole place submerge?” Continue reading The Rising Tidewater