Mixed Paper featured in “Sink or Swim” Exhibit

Sink or Swim focused on the impact of rising sea levels in cities around the world, and documented the myriad responses by designers, planners and architects to make our cities more resilient. Through photographs, text, and video, the exhibit focused on several regions and their responses, ranging from the US (New York City, New Orleans) to Japan, Nigeria, the Netherlands and beyond. With a focus on both high- and low-tech solutions, the distinct works gave a comprehensive overview of the multifaceted localized and regional approaches being used globally to combat rising waters.

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Living with Water

This strategy has been designed as a prototype, a kit of resilient parts designed to be implemented all around the Seaport: soft-edged parks that morph into waterways; housing with ground floors that transition both culturally and technologically, neighborhood-scale bridges providing identity, commercial opportunity and lasting pedestrian connections.

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Going to the Philippines

Citizens in underdeveloped coastal communities live under the constant threat of storm surges and sea level rise. In November 2013, a super-typhoon referred to as Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) struck the Philippines. It was the deadliest in the history of the country and one of the strongest tropical cyclones ever recorded, anywhere.

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Snow Day Sketching

As the northeast is being buried by mountains of snow and hammered with high winds, we are working in the studio sketching away for a warmer tomorrow! Here is a snippet from our sketchbook along with hopes that everyone stuck in the storm is safe and... read more

Introducing our Field Notes

Hey there! Welcome to Mixed Paper’s new blog. 2015 is looking to be an exciting year for us with many new opportunities; We would love to share our field notes with you. Our posts will chronicle our many thoughts and experiences, exhibit updates of ongoing... read more