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Haiti – A year later

It’s been nearly a year since the devastating earthquake in Haiti. This talk reminds us that if previous systems and methodologies for designing and constructing buildings failed because of an earthquake, should we trust those systems and methodologies in the future? I don’t pretend to be a seismologist, but I would assume if an area experienced a major earthquake then that area will experience another major earthquake in the future.

This is a previous post of mine relating to architecture in a natural disaster area.