Reading List

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Tabita Sonntag Manzoni

Illinois Institute of Technology

Cities and Water


  • Online

    After the Storm: Climate Change and Public Works

    Places Journal

    The accelerating crisis of climate change suggests a newly intensified political agenda for design activism.

  • Online

    Emergent Shorelands of the Great Lakes

    Places Journal

    Dramatic fluctuations at the water’s edge create zones of opportunity for landscape designers and planners.

  • Online

    Water/Front

    Places Journal

    Landscape designers are pioneering new ways to regenerate urban waterfronts. Projects by Field Operations, Anuradha Mathur and Dilip da Cunha, and Stoss: Landscape Urbanism.

  • Online

    Growing Water

    Places Journal

    A bold proposal by a team of Chicago urban designers for how cities can ensure the availability of an increasingly scarce resource.

  • Online

    Infrastructural Optimism

    Places Journal

    Learning from New Orleans, or why we really need a new New Deal.

  • Online

    On the Water

    Places Journal

    As the planet warms, rising seas will endanger coastal communities. In 2008, an interdisciplinary team proposed a set of adaptive strategies to protect New York.

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