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Janice Barnes (A '95) responds to Metropolis article on resiliency

December 14, 2017

Janice Barnes, global resiliency director at Perkins+Will and Tulane School of Architecture alumna, recently authored a response to the Metropolis Magazine article “'Resiliency' Has Lost Its Meaning: Why We Need a More Radical Approach.”

“Resilience is truly the greatest design challenge that we have ever faced and addressing it will take lifetimes and thousands of designers,” Barnes writes. “Let’s focus our messages on how we can do more together.” Read the piece, “Metropolis Article on Resiliency is ‘a Polemic and Counter to Collective Experience in Practice,’” here.