Sunday, March 28, 2010

Expanding Architecture

This is a nicely done collection on the role of design in the realm of service and social justice. From temporary requirements after disasters to long term solutions for affordable housing design professionals can make a big contribution to the value and durability of work which does not always benefit from quality design. I have now worked with enough non-profits and enough high-end projects to see the need and understand the possibility of making a significant difference in the lives and health of those across the full economic spectrum. The inverse is also true.

So much of it starts with those of us in the profession.

Click here for an excerpt

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