Pointing at the proverbial 'elephant in the room' to increase awareness and resources on the topics of motherhood and architecture and, hopefully,
with your help, make a change.
A conversation with architect and educator Mia Zinni about design as a tool for social justice, for building resilience and the importance of finding our mission.
(architect, furniture designer)
“A house is not a machine to live in. It is the shell of man, his extension, his release, his spiritual emanation.
Not only its visual harmony but its organization as a whole, the whole work combined together, make it human in the most profound sense.”
(politician, educator, and author)
“If they don't give you a seat at the table, bring a folding chair.”
“The next time a woman of whatever color, or a dark-skinned person of whatever sex aspires to be president, the way should be a little smoother because I helped pave it”
Design a museum that includes two separate exhibition halls, each bringing out contrasting emotions – one inducing negative emotions, and the other inducing positive emotions.
"We build schools in underprivileged areas across the world using sustainable and locally sourced materials."
Bruno Munari's famous game includes several images on transparent backgrounds, which can be superimposed and mixed by adding or removing them.
A book about the beauty of things imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete.
Tackling domestic abuse, homelessness and the crushing reality of poverty, the series follows single mother Alex who turns to housecleaning to create a better life for her daughter, Maddy.
A fun yet educational approach to learning letters while introducing our little ones to design and architecture concepts early on.
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