Mimi Zeiger on architecture for disaster relief
Opinion: architects’ proposals for pre-empting and adapting to the natural crises brought about by climate change aren’t necessarily as superficial and politically correct as they may seem, says Mimi Zeiger.
I couldn’t sleep last night. LA was having another heatwave and rather than lay awake I read a back issue of The New Yorker, catching up on a report that said a Cascadian earthquake was overdue and would knock out much of the Pacific Northwest. A resulting tsunami would break across the West Coast devastating all architecture and infrastructure west of Interstate 5. “Toast,” noted author Kathryn Schulz.
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