UHCDC South Shore Project Featured in Landscape Architecture Magazine

Highlighting the importance of climate- and sea level rise-adaptation design in Honolulu, the State of Hawaii, and beyond, national Landscape Architecture Magazine chose to feature Professor Judith Stilgenbauer and team’s recent, state-funded UHCDC design research project “South Shore Promenade and Coastal Open Space Network: Resilience and Connectivity by Design” in its October 2021 issue.

Full article:
Schuler, Timothy A., “Resilience, Rendered”, in Landscape Architecture Magazine, October 2021; available online at: http://bt.royle.com/publication/?m=44306&i=721605&p=18&ver=html5

South Shore project credits:
State of Hawaii Office of Planning & University of Hawaii Community Design Center (UHCDC)
Principal Investigator: Judith Stilgenbauer, Professor
Project Manager: Hayley Diamond, Senior Research Associate
Project Designers: Diane Moore, Research Associate; Ariel Dungca, Research Associate
Student Project Assistants: Jonathan Quach, Valerie Ribao, Calvin Bulan, Jay Moorman, Matthew Higa, Gabrielle Lapinig