Public Interest Design

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This site serves as a resource and landing page for public interest design content and offers a means for participants to communicate on topics including: pro bono design services, crowd funding, and sustainable practices.

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Scott Cryer, AIA

The Regional and Urban Design Assistance Team (R/UDAT) program was the first institutional effort...

Scott Cryer, AIA

During the presentation delivered on the AIA Chicago CIC this weekend at SFI 14 in NYC, a number of...

Scott Cryer, AIA

The 2011 Latrobe Prize, awarded to a group of architectural researchers for their study titled, “Public...

Scott Cryer, AIA

SEED® Network

SEED® is a principle-based network of individuals and organizations dedicated to building and supporting...

Scott Cryer, AIA

Design Corps

Design Corps creates positive change in traditionally underserved communities by using design, advocacy,...

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Architecture for Humanity

Architecture for Humanity is a nonprofit design services firm that aims to build a more sustainable future through the power of professional design. The AIA and Architecture for Humanity have built a partnership to coordinate their components and chapters throughout the United States to prepare and be resilient against natural disasters.

SEED Network

The Social Economic Environmental Design (SEED) Network was established as a community for professionals with a public interest mission and a common set of principles to guide ethical community engagement. The AIA is currently exploring ways to partner with the SEED Network and Design Corps through Continuing Education offerings and the BRIK portal.

Public Architecture

Public Architecture seeks to solve problems of human interaction in the built environment and facilitate public discourse through education, advocacy, and the design of public spaces and amenities. Public Through its relationship, the AIA and Public Architecture have encouraged AIA members to pledge to The 1%, a nationwide program of Public Architecture that challenges firms to commit a minimum of 1% of their time to pro bono service.

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  • Scott Cryer, AIA

    Continue the discussion....expanded role of the...

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    To succeed in public interest design, an architect...

  • Scott Cryer, AIA

    Continue the discussion....AIA Involvement in Public...

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    The AIA Chicago Community Interface Committee serves...

  • Scott Cryer, AIA

    Continue the discussion....the future of public...

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    During the presentation at AIA National, we talked...

  • Scott Cryer, AIA

    Continue the discussion....How did you become involved...

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    Nootan Bharani and I shared our story about the...

  • Nootan Bharani, AIA

    RE: Convention sessions - related to Public Interest...

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    Amy Ress, of Public Architecture, just alerted me...

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