Volume 35, 2013

Public Interest Architecture

Nathan Geier and Sandi Lam, Editors

Architecture's Direct Impact

Holly Jacobson and Alan Ricks

Radical Incrementalism: An Open Letter in Defence of the Small

Dan Etheridge and Emilie Taylor

Where We Stand

Mike Newman and Rashmi Ramaswamy

Principles for Integration: Learning from Public Interest Design

Jill Sornson Kurtz

Re-Considering the Unity of Architecture and Human Well-Being

Susanne Siepl-Coates

Engaging Haiti: How Designers Facilitate Long-Term Disaster Recovery

Karl Johnson and Stacey McMahan

Reclaiming Urban Settings: A Community-Based Public Space

Bedour Ahmed and Basil Kamel

Less Is More: A Vision Rethought for the 21st Century

Beat Kämpfen

Towards a Cultural Value of Design and Democracy

Bryan Bell

Forging a New York City Practice Rooted in a Social Agenda

Kimberly Murphy and Claire Webb

Flexible Design and the Role of the User in House Design

Javier Sanchez

In Praise of Getting Lost: Sven Hedlin and the Lowline

James Ramsey

84 pages; color and black & white illustrations