Instead of fearing water and related threats, could we imagine a future where we built systems that as flexible as the changing water levels? Instead of protective measures against environmental hazards, could we consider developing smarter, more inclusive human-natural living environments?
The Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO) and Future Architecture platform present Living with Water – The Southern Fringe of Ljubljana, an exhibition that looks at alterna-tive urban development scenarios that consider the synergetic relationships between humankind and the natural environment, as rising sea levels and melting icecaps brings the issue of living with water to the fore, extending across both local conditions and glob-al shifts alike.
Title: Živeti z vodo (Living with water). Južni rob Ljubljane / Southern Fringe of Ljubljana
Authors/Editors: Špela Šubic, Milan Dinevski, Nikola Pongrac, Damjan Kokalevski
Design: Benja Pavlin
Language: English, Slovene
Cover: Soft cover
Size: 15 x 21 cms
Publisher: Museum of Architecture and Design