The National Building Museum, in Washington DC, is featuring an exhibit on resiliency that will run through August 2nd,
“Design can reduce our risk and increase our resiliency to the most destructive forces of nature. From seismic retrofits and safe rooms to firebreaks and floodplain management, this exhibition explores how regional, community, and individual preparedness are the best antidotes to disaster.”
Plan your visit to the NBM. Can’t make it to the exhibit? Check out the Washington Post article and the NBM Designing for Disaster blog MitigationNation.