Archinect - Features 2016-10-24T14:41:05-04:00 At home in a changing climate: strategies for adapating to sea level rise Nicholas Korody 2016-08-03T10:09:00-04:00 >2016-08-31T20:20:37-04:00 <img src="" width="650" height="488" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p>For most of us, &lsquo;home&rsquo; conjures a sense of safety and security. But a home is a fragile thing: vulnerable to quaking ground, rushing water, violent winds&mdash;not to mention, the volatility of finances and health. This has never been more true than in the time of climate change. The global thermostat of the home in which we build our homes is on the fritz.&nbsp;</p> Deans List: Kenneth Schwartz of Tulane School of Architecture Julia Ingalls 2015-10-02T08:38:00-04:00 >2015-10-16T08:57:22-04:00 <img src="" width="650" height="813" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p>The <a href="" target="_blank"><strong>Deans List</strong></a> is an interview series with the leaders of architecture schools, worldwide. The series profiles the school&rsquo;s programming, as defined by the head honcho &ndash; giving an invaluable perspective into the institution&rsquo;s unique curriculum, faculty and academic environment. For this issue, we spoke with <strong>Kenneth Schwartz</strong>, the Dean at <a href="" target="_blank">Tulane University's School of Architecture</a>.</p> The Pink Project Paul Petrunia 2007-12-03T07:25:00-05:00 >2012-07-13T14:10:14-04:00 <img src="" width="531" height="411" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p> While filming on a set in New Orleans, actor Brad Pitt became seduced by the powerful image of a pink-clad CGI house within the lush Louisiana surroundings. He saw the pink structure as a metaphor, representing the future of renewed housing for those displaced by the recent disasters.</p>