We've been in the Press!
Monday, June 22, 2015
Dear friends of Public Architecture,
Recently we’ve been getting quite a bit of print coverage. In case you missed it, we wanted to share with you what has been written about Public Architecture and reveal some of what’s to come in the near future for our organization.
Architectural Digest - “Discover How Public Architecture Gives Back” by Tim McKeough
This piece highlights some great 1% projects done in the past few years. It encapsulates our history while illustrating the scope and power of the work that firms are doing through The 1%.
Harvard Magazine - “Good Design” by Stephanie Garlock
Harvard’s article more broadly defines the public interest design movement and refers to us as one of the “grandfather” organizations of the public interest design field.
San Francisco Chronicle - “Architecture: Designing a strategy for making a difference” by John King
John King covers both Public Architecture’s rise and its present, looking at the incorporation of pro bono into design as well as some key initiatives we have accomplished.
The Resilience Dividend: Being Strong in a World Where Things Go Wrong by Judith Rodin
Rockefeller Foundation President Judith Rodin shows how people, organizations, businesses, communities, and cities have developed resilience in the face of otherwise catastrophic challenges. She features Public Architecture and our success with making giving back a fundamental part of the design profession.
Designed for the Future: 80 Practical Ideas for a Sustainable World by Jared Green
Jared Green asks eighty of today's most innovative architects, urban planners, landscape architects, journalists, artists, and environmental leaders the question: What gives you the hope that a sustainable future is possible? John Peterson tackles the question through the lens of a project by the Brooklyn-based 1% member firm Interboro Partners.
Please share these works with anyone you know would be interested. Thank you for your continued support, and we will be in touch soon with more exciting news.
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