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DFA's flood-proof towers could survive six feet of sea level rise in New York City

New York-based architecture firm DFA just unveiled plans for 19 cylindrical apartment towers that can survive six feet of sea level rise at Manhattan's Pier 40. The towers are wrapped in lattice facades with lots of vegetation, and they're designed to address the city’s lack of affordable housing and flood-resistant buildings.[...]
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