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Red Hook's"lily pad" concept, where internal courtyards act as raised flood barriers.
Red Hook's"lily pad" concept, where internal courtyards act as raised flood barriers.
Red Hook's"lily pad" concept, with the courtyards providing elevation during a flood.
Red Hook's"lily pad" concept, with the courtyards providing elevation during a flood.
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Hana Kassem Reflects on Sustainability and Resiliency in The Washington Post Magazine

Adaptive design and the NYCHA Red Hook Houses are the focus of the Principal’s commentary in the recent article on resilience and climate change in architecture.

The group of architects featured in The Washington Post Magazine’s article, “A New Gold Standard for Green Architecture” by David Walter, including KPF’s Hana Kassem, advocate for adaptive design to further strengthen communities faced with increasingly severe natural disasters.

Read the article in the Washington Post Magazine here.