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    About 5 percent of what people think and feel is articulated, says Fathom founder Christine Astorino. Her consultancy helps architects comprehend, and design for, the elusive 95 percent.

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    A survey of the members of Public Architecture's The 1% project--which asks firms to commit 1 percent of their yearly billable hours to pro bono efforts--and the AIA's creation of pro bono guidelines suggest that architects are increasingly interested in socially responsible work.