We here at Studioteka are beyond thrilled. You can officially purchase our book, “2100: A Dystopian Utopia — The City After Climate Change” online now! Learn more here.
“It’s good to see that the onset of rapid global warming is nudging creative minds into action. Job one is to make sure we prevent as much change as possible, but that which we can no longer prevent will require us to adapt, and here are some provocative plans to stir your imagination!” — Bill McKibben, author of Deep Economy: The Wealth of Communities and the Durable Future
“Vanessa Keith makes an intelligent extrapolation on how metropolises and cities will have to adapt to the inevitable climate change. She assumes we are not going to be able to stop what we have already triggered. Neither the population nor the political institutions are making the necessary efforts…This is a book that should not be missed for those that will live more than 30 years; it’s a guide to metropolitan survival.” —Pedro B. Ortiz, author of The Art of Shaping the Metropolis
“2100: A Dystopian Utopia is a futuristic speculation of a special sort, combining and overlapping examples of the latest climate research and predictions with radical design solutions based upon emerging technologies. The book is indeed utopian in seeing the best in human potential rising to the challenge of a dystopian threat. It sounds a powerful call for architects to take an active role and respond to climate change’s most dire scenarios with provocative design solutions. As we should. As we must.” — Winka Dubbeldam, Associate AIA, Professor & Chair PennDesign, Principal of Archi-Tectonics