Author(s): Ann Yoachim, Emilie Taylor & Nick Jenisch
Deeply engaged and collaborative design is the hallmark of any good architectural design practice or institution. Private practices are increasingly interested in transforming their pro-bono and public work to meet the rigorous standards necessary to both strive for design excellence and effect meaningful change. This paper offers guiding principles that our practice uses as we work toward lasting social change through collaborative design.
Elizabeth Golden & Joshua Vermillion