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TOOLS: Buddy Blalock's amphibious architecture

In this video, Buddy Blalock, a full-time resident of Old River Landing, Louisiana, talks about how he designed and built his house to be amphibious so that it can rise and fall with the area's regular flooding from the Mississippi River. Video by Stephanie Wakefield.

See also: Anthropocene Back Loop, Chapter 5: Survival Skills and Floating Houses

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TOOLS: Amphibious architecture: Old River Landing, Louisiana

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TOOLS: Buddy Blalock's amphibious architecture

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