In an effort to synthesize our work during the Public Interest Design Certificate Program in the Fall 2016, we hosted this public event to share and discuss the research and ideas that were explored. At Archeworks we are committed to enabling spaces for dialogue and reflection about the role of public interest design in shaping our cities. This event was not only a synthesis of previous work, but a kind of “passing the baton” to the next cohort of facilitators and participants of our Public Interest Design Certificate Program (Spring 2017). We look forward to continuing this great partnership with the National Public Housing Museum.
Thank you to all who shaped, enriched, and contributed to this program with insights, experiences and time.
Stay tuned, more to come. Keep the dialogue going.
Photos: Sara Pooley
This blog post was also posted in the Social Construction Blog.