New Exhibit at MOMA: Rising Currents

Architect Teams and Zone Locations
Architect Teams and Zone Locations
image: MoMA

The latest from the MOMA P.S.1 architects-in-residence program, this exhibit showcases various designers’ solutions to climate change and sea level rise along the Hudson Bay shoreline. The program specifically called for ‘soft’ infrastructure with sound ecology and resulted in innovative landscape-based solutions. Similar to the Rising Tides competition in the San Francisco Bay Area, this effort asked for a re-envisioning of possible solutions as a way to gain fresh ideas and rethink our usual ‘band-aid’ approach to infrastructure (as well as highlighting future sea level rise scenarios).

Learn more about the challenge, the designs and the exhibit at INSIDE/OUT

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What does a sustainable landscape look like?

ASLA Honor Award Lily Lake Residence Dalton, PA Michael Vergason Landscape Architects, Ltd., Alexandria, VA
Crosswaters Ecolodge, EDSA, Inc./Joseph Lalli, FASLA
image: ASLA

Take a look at the case studies that ASLA has gathered that highlight a sampling of projects from small private residences to large public infrastructure. Or check out some of the Sustainable Sites Initiative case studies.