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Sep 26, 2016

In Their Own Words: Phil Freelon and Zena Howard

The opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture is a historically significant moment for the United States. Two of the people who helped realize the vision of the museum share their personal stories that have helped shape the designers they've become. Read More +

Apr 05, 2016

Setting the Stage for Universal Design

New technology is paving the way for a definition of design that includes people of all abilities. A designer with a personal connection reflects on where we came from and where we're going. Read More +

Mar 07, 2016

One Day at SRAM

For its new home within a historic former cold storage warehouse, SRAM enlisted us to create a workplace befitting the world's second largest bicycle components manufacturer. Read More +

Feb 02, 2016

Free From Fear: Gender-Neutral Restrooms and Inclusivity in Design

Design professionals are legally obligated to create buildings that comply with health and safety codes, but we also have a moral obligation to design spaces that thoughtfully include all members of society. It's time to reexamine our approach to gendered restrooms and increase inclusivity in design. Read More +