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UrbanLab: Bowling

  • 04:00 - 20 April, 2017
UrbanLab: Bowling
UrbanLab: Bowling

Description via Amazon. As populations steadily increase in cities, the world’s natural resources are consumed at ever-faster rates. The majority of the world’s populations live in countries where clean water supplies are dwindling, and these water shortages are also quickly translating into food shortages. What can designers do to avert looming water-related realities? UrbanLab: Bowling views potential water crises as opportunities to speculate on future urban design possibilities, especially in cities. Several projects are presented that take an ecological approach to re-thinking received urban design methodologies of addressing the design of water-related infrastructures in existing and new cities.

  • ISBN

    9781940743134
  • Title

    UrbanLab: Bowling
  • Author

    Sarah Dunn; Martin Felsen
  • Publisher

    Applied Research & Design
  • Publication year

    2017
  • Language

    English

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Cite: "UrbanLab: Bowling" 20 Apr 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/869597/urbanlab-bowling/> ISSN 0719-8884