Across the globe, architects and developers are planning for a future when storms and other climate-related disasters become more common. Many are thinking about climate resilience — the idea that buildings should be designed to withstand the impact of sea-level rise, increasing temperatures, and climate disasters.
To address the building needs of the future, architects are now designing skyscrapers, floating villas, round houses, elevated apartments, and earth-sheltered buildings with climate shocks in mind.
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Image credits: The Monolithic Dome Institute, Friso Spoelstra, JDS Development, Connie Zhou, Formworks