Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI)


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Ware Malcomb Reaches Million-Dollar Milestone in Charitable Design Work

The firm's commitment to community is helping end homelessness and promoting equity—one design and dollar at a time.
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DEI Fatigue Plagues Industry

How do we find our way out of this rut? By redefining our approach to the systemic challenges that have historically stood in the way of equal opportunity.
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Leveraging Technology to Create More Inclusive Communities with Jack Chaffin

In this episode, Johnston Architects Principal Jack Chaffin discusses the role that technology plays in the creation of more equitable communities.
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Svigals + Partners Starts Construction on Downtown Evening Soup Kitchen Renovations

Led by trauma-informed design principles, the new site will consolidate all related services for New Haven Conn.’s unhoused population under one roof.
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EskewDumezRipple Gives Back With Design

Let’s take a deeper dive into the history of the firm’s annual MLK Day of Service, celebrating 10 years of community building and social responsibility.
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Embracing DEI Initiatives in Online Learning

ASID shares how it builds up rich voices in its virtual education opportunities for interior designers, and delivers them in a most efficient manner for all.
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Harvard Business School Executive Education students are displayed prominently on a super large high-definition screen in a broadcast studio-quality Live Online Classroom in Boston.

Optimizing the Hybrid Learning Experience

Experts sound off on the best in layout and A/V choices for the most effective hybrid classroom experiences, and Harvard Business School develops the holy grail of online learning...
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The design and layout of Sherwood is intentional, meant to be unwrapped layer by layer, starting with the camper's personal bunk, expanding to the unit's central firepit area where all 80 campers can come together, and eventually the great outdoors beyond.

ZGF Architects Helps Take Accessibility to a New Level at Portland's Camp Namanu

Expanding on its almost 100-year history of providing youth the space and confidence to explore their identities, ZGF designs new living quarters for the most critical of ages...
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Women in Design, Part 1: Jill Cole | Cole Martinez Curtis & Associates

Join us in the first episode of a four-part series on Women in Design, where we talk with Jill Cole, managing principal of Cole Martinez Curtis & Associates about her journey ...