September 24, 2018
Water is a defining feature of life in south Louisiana, presenting both urgent threats and unique opportunities.
This summer, five Tulane School of Architecture students explored how communities are shaped by water during the Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design’s 2018 Public Interest Design Fellowship.
Fellows spent eight weeks dissecting what it means to live with water, adapt to an uncertain future and work together with a focus on balancing water’s positive and negative traits.
Their efforts centered on two project areas – graphic advocacy and tactical urbanism. Read more