HydroCities explores the influence and potentiality of emerging forms of waterfront redevelopment in the face of changing climates, impacts from industrial pasts, and economic pressures to expand outwards. The book includes comparative case studies as well as interviews with leading architects, planners, and engineers.
Blake Hudelson, Assoc. AIA, is a designer based in San Francisco, CA. With an interest in new formulations of social space, Blake has spent time studying and traveling on six continents, and working at leading design firms that bridge the disciplines of architecture, technology, and urbanism. Aside from his professional work in architecture, Blake puts his energy towards photography and teaching kids about design and community empowerment with the Bay Area non-profit, KIDmob. He received his Master of Architecture from California College of the Arts and Bachelor of Science in City and Regional Planning from Cal Poly, SLO.