Engage: Boston Designs for Good

Slums of Praça Cantão in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Paintings by artists Jeroen Koolhaas and Dre Urhahn. Photo: Haas&Hahn Read more: GIVEAWAY: Win Architecture for Humanity’s New Book ‘Design Like You Give A Damn [2]‘ Design Like You Give A Damn 2 - Gallery Page 9 – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Slums of Praça Cantão in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Paintings by artists Jeroen Koolhaas and Dre Urhahn. Photo: Haas&Hahn

“Design like you give a damn,” urge Cameron Sinclair and Kate Stohr.

Oh baby, we do!  Ever since McKim, Mead, and White emblazoned “Free to all” above the entrance to the nation’s first urban public library, Boston architecture and its architects have embraced design for the greater good. Join today’s top designers for a lively slide show and survey of Boston’s best recent humanitarian design projects, along with innovative approaches to engaging the audiences we serve.

Engage: Boston Designs for Good

Wednesday, March 26, 2014, 6-8pm

@ BSA Space, 290 Congress Street, Boston Part of Boston Design Week — www.bostondesignweek.com Organized by the Community Design Resource Center of Boston (CDRC) — www.cdrcboston.org

Along with our very own Gail Sullivan of Studio G Architects, there is a TERRIFIC lineup of brilliant-minded presenters, including:

 

Architecture for Humanity Boston

Artforming + Wentworth Institute of Technology

Boston Architectural College

CBA Landscape Architects

Klopfer Martin Design Group

MassArt

Sasaki Associates

Studio G Architects

Studio Luz Architects

Sustainability Guild International

Utile

Yayasan Kota Kita + Harvard GSD

 

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