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Texas Infrastructure: Failing Big, Building Better
Last month, amid a rare but not unprecedented winter storm, Texas's energy infrastructure was put to the test and came back with failing marks. The ensuing emergency led to service breakdowns and left millions in the cold without power or water. We will consider the weak points in the state’s unregulated electric grid while also exploring what role architecture had in the crisis. As the weather becomes more unpredictable and architecture's integration with urban planning more critical, what is the architect's role in the resilient infrastructure of the future?


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