Ten finalists in the Rebuild by Design competition offer up inventive proposals to make the coastal areas of areas hit by Hurricane Sandy more resistant to flood damage while also improving quality of life. Unfortunately, Aaron Betsky writes for ARCHITECT, to see these plans come to fruition would require taxpayer investment and "we—or rather our elected representatives—have a bad record of improving out infrastructure." Nonetheless, the 10 finalists provide ample food for thought as to where coastal cities can, and should, be thinking. Read More