Climate change is a worldwide occurrence, but its impact can differ for individual cities. In Miami, experts project that the city will be under water in the next century. Students at the Florida International University School of Architecture highlight this issue in the "Miami 2100: Envisioning a Resilient Second Century" exhibition.
Currently on display at the Coral Gables Museum until March 1, 2015, the exhibition features the 3-year projects conducted by graduate research studios and seminars in the school's Departments of Architecture and Landscape Architecture.
Get a glimpse of the exhibition below.
"Miami 2100: Envisioning a Resilient Second Century is an exhibition about planning for climate change and sea level rise in Greater Miami presented by the Florida International University School of Architecture. A topic that hits close to home is met with scientifically grounded optimism in this solution-oriented exhibit of architecture, landscape architecture and urban design strategies that can support the adaptation and transformation of existing infrastructure, neighborhoods, structures and regulations to ensure resilient future development."
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