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Drylands Design Conference

Water scarcity is one of today’s most serious environmental issues, and it’s only going to get worse as the climate continues to change. The American West is particularly vulnerable – a fact that was explored during the Drylands Design Conference at California’s Woodbury University, presented by the university’s Arid Lands Institute and the California Architectural Foundation.

Along with a one-day programme of panel discussions, the event also included a design competition, which challenged architects to propose strategies for alleviating water scarcity in the Western US.

Stylus highlights some of the key themes from the conference and competition. 

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