Filmed September 4, 2014, at the ULI Urban Resilience Program’s Building the Resilient City conference in San Francisco.
Marilyn Jordan Taylor, dean of the School of Design at the University of Pennsylvania, presents key lessons and best practices from the Rebuild by Design competition, emphasizing how cities can (re)build in stronger, smarter, and more adaptive ways.
Taylor is a special adviser to the competition, an initiative of the Hurricane Sandy Rebuilding Task Force and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development that is spurring development and policy innovations in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.
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Rebuild by Design: Understanding Risk and Accepting Uncertainty
Marilyn Jordan Taylor, former ULI Chairman, highlighted the key themes of Rebuild by Design, a multistage design competition, at ULI’s Building the Resilient City: Risks and Opportunities conference in San Francisco.
Rebuilding by Design: The Art of Resilience
After Superstorm Sandy ravaged the New York Metropolitan Area, an innovative federal program challenged design teams to weave resilience into the urban landscape.
Policy Perspective: A New Regional Model for Resilience
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