Crises have manifold effects on the society, as the Covid-19 pandemic has recently shown. However, a more resilient built environment can help prevent secondary crises from unfolding, which makes architects part of the solution.
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The ever-worsening climate crisis places the built environment at the center of politics and ecological reconstruction of society, where architecture plays a central role. The question remains, what the architecture of ecological reconstruction should be like?