There are two waters in design. The first is somewhere in flows and gatherings: in rivers, oceans, channels, pipes, reservoirs and lakes. The second water is everywhere, a ubiquitous wetness that does not necessarily flow. It precipitates, soaks, seeps, osmotes, and evaporates in ways that defy delineation. If the first water is in a crisis today with rising seas, melting glaciers, increasing floods, pollution, and scarcity, the second holds a way forward for design.
Anuradha Mathur, Professor, Landscape Architecture,
School of Design, University of Pennsylvania
Dilip da Cunha, Lecturer in Urban Planning and Design, Harvard University Graduate School of Design
Chair: Andreas Enslin, Head of Design, Miele
Source by World Architecture Festival