Integrated Design for Flood Resilience

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Abstract

Both historic and recent natural events continue to reveal weaknesses in the capacity and capability of buildings to respond and cope with natural events such as flooding. The subject of this paper is both topical and significant because the prevailing approach continues to overlook this fundamental factor for resilience, in favour of larger scale technocratic, infrastructure solutions. Recent examples have however shown that levees, dams and dikes do fail, so resilient buildings should be considered as part of a comprehensive climate change and environmental management strategy.
Integrated design for resilience is a process that engages design, planning,
engineering, social and political solutions to proactively deliver an effective and
usable built environment. It offers a coherent framework for the collaborative and holistic design, delivery and management of building-level resilience at both the macro and micro scale. This paper presents historic and contemporary case
study examples with the view to define for further evaluation, the multi-variant
components and benefits thereof, of the integrated design approach for resilience.
It concludes with a series of practical design recommendations for resilience and
scope for further research.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Conference on Integrated Design
EditorsStephen Emmitt, Kemi Adeyeye
Place of PublicationBath
PublisherUniversity of Bath
Pages251-264
ISBN (Print)13: 978-0-86197-192-3, 10: 0-86197-192-2
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jul 2016
EventInternational Conference on Integrated Design - University of Bath, Bath, UK United Kingdom
Duration: 29 Jun 20161 Jul 2016
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ConferenceInternational Conference on Integrated Design
Abbreviated titleID@50
CountryUK United Kingdom
CityBath
Period29/06/161/07/16
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Resilience
Historic
Fundamental
Change Management
Evaluation
Environmental Management
Climate Change
Dams
Flooding
Built Environment
Planning

Keywords

  • Integrated Design
  • Resilience
  • Architecture
  • Tectonics
  • Flooding

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Arts and Humanities(all)

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Adeyeye, K., Codinhoto, R., & Emmitt, S. (2016). Integrated Design for Flood Resilience. In S. Emmitt, & K. Adeyeye (Eds.), International Conference on Integrated Design (pp. 251-264). Bath : University of Bath.

Integrated Design for Flood Resilience. / Adeyeye, Kemi; Codinhoto, Ricardo; Emmitt, Stephen.

International Conference on Integrated Design. ed. / Stephen Emmitt; Kemi Adeyeye. Bath : University of Bath, 2016. p. 251-264.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Adeyeye, K, Codinhoto, R & Emmitt, S 2016, Integrated Design for Flood Resilience. in S Emmitt & K Adeyeye (eds), International Conference on Integrated Design. University of Bath, Bath , pp. 251-264, International Conference on Integrated Design, Bath, UK United Kingdom, 29/06/16.
Adeyeye K, Codinhoto R, Emmitt S. Integrated Design for Flood Resilience. In Emmitt S, Adeyeye K, editors, International Conference on Integrated Design. Bath : University of Bath. 2016. p. 251-264
Adeyeye, Kemi ; Codinhoto, Ricardo ; Emmitt, Stephen. / Integrated Design for Flood Resilience. International Conference on Integrated Design. editor / Stephen Emmitt ; Kemi Adeyeye. Bath : University of Bath, 2016. pp. 251-264
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