Healing from Within

An exhibit at the Royal Institute of British Architecture in London is finding the opportunity in catastrophe, showing the ways architects have responded to disasters over time. In a CityLab article about the show, Loeb Fellow Brett Moore talks about the ways humanitarian response has evolved from distributing emergency rations to speedy reconstruction of communities through a participatory process using local labor, materials, and design. Read “An Architect's Role in 'Creation From Catastrophe.'

Photo of 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami: US Navy via Wikimedia Commons
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