The below work questions how far flooding adaptation can go, while protecting the cultural heritage of historical cities. At D0, the incongruity of the perspective is not detrimental to the architectural heritage, still visible in the background. At D+, only two houses of the forefront can be seen. The rest of the city darkened, raising the issue of a resilience that cannot find the right balance between its urbanistic, environmental and sociological dimensions. More to read here.
(*) Showcased during the Art of Resilience exhibition, World Bank, Washington, 2019