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Seachange
       
     
Seachange

This studio considers coastal settlements along the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, examining a number of towns through the lens of climate change, with a particular focus on future sea level rise and the inevitable impact this will have on the towns’ foreshores and surrounding urban areas.
 
Based on a series of speculative maps that demonstrate the possible impact of a 1.4m sea level rise on a number of towns’ foreshores by year 2100 and set about proposing reactive and positive design responses that challenge the status quo and ultimately speculate as to what these coastal towns could look like at the end of the current century.

Published in Architecture Victoria Magazine

www.seachange2100.com

Group

Samantha Mikolajczak, Andrew Wright and Kai Zhu

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