If you are a registered member of World Architecture Community, please sign-in now or sign-up to take advantage of membership benefits - it's FREE! Please click here to learn more about the different membership programs.

NY Times architecture critic Michael Kimmelman’s lecture on Global Projects and Climate Change

  June 16, 2016 - 21:01   1751     Submitted by WA Contents

New York Times architecture critic Michael Kimmelman has given a lecture focusing on 'global projects and climate change', including Mexico, San Paulo and Shenzhen within the scope of reSITE: Cities in MigrationKimmelman evaluated migration problem as both 'challenge and opportunity.' Kimmelman said that 'climate change is accelerating and exploring urban weakness in many cities. There are many infrastructural problem that we deal with, like to provide a water to bad urban sites. There has to be general consensus between politicians, architects, scientists and authorities to change these level of supports''

Image © WAC

Michael Kimmelman and Saskia Sassen will be in discussion shortly discussing migration problems in cities.

For detailed information about lectures, interviews, events, stay tuned! 

Follow us via #reSITE2016 hashtag on Twitter and Instagram

Top image © Julianna Capati, courtesy of reSITE 



Share on Social Media