Free and open to the public
“Design like you give a damn.”
—Cameron Sinclair and Kate Stohr, cofounders, Architecture for Humanity (now the Open Architecture Collaborative)
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 slideshow and survey of Boston’s recent humanitarian design projects, along with innovative approaches to engaging the audiences they serve.
This is a program of the BSA Foundation.