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Staying High and Dry: This Student Competition Comes Up with Design Solutions for Calamities and Floods

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The El Niño phenomenon that we are currently experiencing—along with sudden unseasonal typhoons and resulting floods—seem to be the “new normal” in our country. Instead of waiting for a disaster to happen, designers and homeowners should take a proactive role in creating residences and structures that could withstand any climate crisis.

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