If major metropolises, like say New York or Tokyo, were hit with catastrophic rises in sea level due to global warming predictions, what would everyday life be like in its wake? Would people navigate the city streets in gondolas or fish from river banks in the heart of the city?
This is the portfolio idea that STUDIO LINDFORS, a New York architecture firm, recently realized. The stark reality of what could be if the current atmospheric predictions remain on track in this new series entitled AQUALTA. Definitely a crisis worth framing, don'tcha think?