Public Architecture

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Developing a Game Plan for Giving Back

Many architects find fulfillment in providing pro bono design work, but making an... More

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Oh, the Humanity: Recovering From a Nonprofit's Demise

The bankruptcy of Architecture for Humanity has been demoralizing for many architects and advocates of public-interest architecture. But the profession must carry on. More

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The 2011 Latrobe Prize Recipients Lay the Groundwork for Public Interest Design

For firms and individuals interested in addressing community and societal needs through architecture, the report Wisdom from the Field: Public Interest Architecture in Practice is a good starting point. More

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The Results of the 2012 ARCHITECT 50 Ranking

They are the powerful and the philanthropic, the talented and the profitable. Our... More

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Beyond PowerPoint

Designers explore new and old ways to make client presentations that are memorable and—better yet—successful. More

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Book: "The Power of Pro Bono"

Forty compelling examples of architectural design for the public good. More

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John Cary to Leave Public Architecture

Public Architecture executive director John Cary is departing the San Francisco nonprofit, best known for its pro bono 1 percent program, after six and a half years. More

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Architects Remain Committed to Pro Bono Work

Public Architecture's third annual firm survey finds that architecture firms are developing more strategic approaches to pro bono work. More

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AIA Names 2010 Jefferson Award Winners

Architect Curtis Fentress, GSA Public Buildings Service chief architect Les Shepherd, and urban planner Ken Greenberg are the 2010 recipients of the Jefferson Awards, which honor professionals who have advanced the cause of public architecture. More

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