Subway line comfort and lunar colonies

This Friday we’re highlighting compelling work in the built environment, from Arup and beyond.

1. Wired Magazine profiles the sensory “comfiness” of the Second Avenue Subway line’s first four stations.

2. Dezeen envisions life on the moon through the nine winners of a lunar colony design competition.

3. Arup Fellow Chris Luebkeman coauthored a piece in The Huffington Post calling for a shift in perspective toward global decision making.

4. The San Francisco Chronicle profiles SF’s preparations for sea level rise, which could include investing in a floating pier for a fire station on the Embarcadero.

5. Curbed considers the lessons of FDR’s New Deal for modern-day efforts to improve America’s infrastructure.

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