Architects design structures to protect against storm surges

10/31/2012 | Curbed (New York City)

Superstorm Sandy left wide swaths of destruction along the East Coast, and storm surge was a major culprit. However, architects have come up with concepts over the last few years to help combat rising seas. From a latticework bib planted around Manhattan buildings to manufactured wetlands around Battery Park, this piece looks at eight concepts designed to help protect New York City.

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