[image by Fei-Ling Tseng.]
[image by Fei-Ling Tseng.]

InfraNet Lab is seeking projects, built, unbuilt, dreamed, etched, scripted, carpet-bombed, etc … that address issues or opportunities within hydrology and urbanism. Selected projects will be included, alongside pre-slected projects, as part of an international exhibition. The exhibition, titled HYDROCITY, will feature visionary projects operating primarily at the city or infrastructural scale that hypothesize new relationships between water infrastructures and the city.

HYDROCITY originates in Toronto, in collaboration with Alphabet City, and is set to travel across North America. We are delighted to receive a PDF (3 pages or less and under 6Mb) of any project wishing to be included by October 15, but space is limited so earlier submission is preferred. Several projects have already been pre-selected, but there remains an interest to find new unpublished or recently completed schemes from architects, landscape architects, urban designers, or planners.

The exhibition will run concurrently with an international symosium of the same title. Information on that can be found here.

Please send your wet visions to: editors[at]infranetlab[dot]org


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