The Los Angeles Water Conundrum: Adaptability by Design
Aired On: Mar 12, 2015
Mia Lehrer discusses the transformation of Los Angeles’ relationship with water, including the growing momentum surrounding the Los Angeles River and the revitalization of infrastructure.
Mia Lehrer leads Mia Lehrer+Associates in the design and implementation of a diverse range of ambitious projects that include urban revitalization developments, large-scale urban parks, watershed design, infrastructure master planning and complex institutional projects. She has collaborated with multi-disciplinary teams on milestone projects to form a synergistic project...
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