Bottom-Up Social Change: Materials | Buildings | Community

DENSECITY: Innovation in Practice | A View from the City of Angels

Intersections Proceedings

Author(s): Angie Brooks

How can architectural practice inform policy? How can design promote social change and heal those who have suffered through homelessness? How do city bureaucracies innovate and how can architects respond through their practice? The State of California, the City and the County of Los Angeles are requesting innovation from developers and architects through grants and proposal requests. Ballot measures are being passed to fund solutions; architects and developers can leverage this movement to innovate and create solutions for the future.

Volume Editors
Elizabeth Golden & Joshua Vermillion