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Adaptive Infrastructure: Friday to Saturday

continued coverage of the Adaptive Infrastructure Symposium at the University of Virginia Martin Prominski, Chair of Landscape Architecture at Leibniz University Professor Prominski is making analytic studies as part of a “Topographical Atlas“ of European cities and rivers. He will include case studies of rivers (such as the Isar in Munich, the Birs in Basil, the [...]

weblog launch date: 1 October 2009

the Living Machine at Northern Guilford Middle School in Greensboro North Carolina Constructed by Worrell Water Technologies in Charlottesville, Virginia, this hybrid living machine naturally cleans the school’s wastewater through a series of wetland installations. That water is then used to irrigate athletic fields and to re-charge the aquifer. photo credit:  Robin Dripps