Tom Kosbau's winning vision for the Drylands Design Competition uses the LA River as a fertile agrarian center.
Last Thursday, we visited the opening of the A+D Museum’s new show, Drylands Design. While politicians squabble about oil and other resources, the show drives home the point that water is the reserve that will become the most fraught in the future as populations increase and climate change worsens. The Arid Lands Institute at Woodbury University culled the exhibit from the winners of their Drylands Design Competition, which encouraged architects, engineers, and urban designers to respond to the challenges of coming water scarcity.
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Filed Under: A+D Museum, Exhibitions, Water, Water Scarcity
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