Porous City Network featured in Archinect

13 Mar 2018

 

Sea level rise and increased rain have posed serious flood risks for Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand, which is already close to sea level. [...]

She works to do this by reclaiming urban porosity through a network of public green spaces. [...]

She has already been planning and working on projects beyond climate resilient housing - including rain gardens, green roofs, permeable parking, urban forests and farms - to address the root causes of increased flooding in her city. — Forbes

 

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