Unmoored Cities: what speculative futures exist for cities in the face of climate change?

From the series ‘Tellurian Relics: Surrealist Thames-side Piers’ by architect Shaun Murray. View of the pier from Clove Hitch Quay in a northwesterly direction at Battersea Reach, on the River Thames in London (2017)
Audio from the Unmoored Cities symposium available via Soundcloud
(L-R) Viktoria Walldin, Rachel Armstrong and Maggie Gee on the ‘Sunken’ panel (Image: Jacob Fairless Nicholson)
(L-R) Jonathan Hill chairs the ‘Airborne’ panel with Sasha Englemann, Rob La Frenais and Thandi Loewenson (Image: Jacob Fairless Nicholson)
Clockwise L-R: CJ Lim; audience questions; Viktoria Walldin; Jennifer Gabrys; Penelope Haralambidou and Matthew Butcher (All images: Jacob Fairless Nicholson)

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