Michael Liu | February 9, 2016
Major weather events and climate changes are leading architects and developers to create interesting new responses to an evolving environment. Innovative ways of thinking about buildings and urban design will be necessary in some waterfront redevelopment projects -- especially those integrated within existing urban infrastructure -- contends Michael Liu, principal at Boston-based architecture and master planning firm, The Architectural Team (TAT). Battery Wharf, Boston Driven by building codes hoping to address rising sea levels and the reality of increasingly flood-prone neighborhoods, architects working in coastal areas or flood plai...
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