Webinar: Jeroen Dirckx about designing flood-resilient cities

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Interested in climate adaptation? Join our Partner Jeroen Dirckx in his webinar about designing flood-resilient cities.

As a speaker in the online lecture series of Studio Beton, released weekly leading up to the annual Beton Event, Jeroen will share how to deal with rising sea levels and extreme weather conditions leading to ever-increasing flood risks in waterfront cities. By reference of our projects HafenCity Hamburg (with ASTOC ARCHITECTS AND PLANNERS) that copes with the regular flooding of the Elbe River and East Dike Shenzhen where the Triple Dike Strategy (developed with Felixx Landscape Architects & Planners) protects the coastal villages of Dapeng from tropical cyclones.

The Beton Event is organized by Betonvereniging.

TIME: 12 May, 12.00-12.30 CEST

Photographs Hafencity 1-3: Fotofrizz, ELBE&FLUT | Hamburg, HafenCity Hamburg GmbH Photographs East Dike 4-6: Xingzhong Zhang, China Resources Group+Hao Cui, CCCC First Harbour, DUO Architectural Photography-Hongduo Zhuo, Felixx