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Future100: Chenyang Yu Explores How Nature Shapes Sociopolitics
The University of Pennsylvania graduate student addresses issues such as labor imbalance and disaster relief through projects that are rooted in the natural world.
Landscape Architecture Has a Labor Acknowledgement Problem
To better acknowledge, respect, and compensate laborers, landscape design firm Terremoto calls for a fundamental reimagining of how professional practice is structured.
New Exhibition Explores Thomas Jefferson’s Democratic Architecture—and the Slaves Who Built It
In "Palladian Models, Democratic Principles, and the Conflict of Ideals," the uplifting content of early American civic buildings is offset by the reality of enslaved labor.
The Architecture Lobby Launches Case Studies of Fair Labor Firms
The Lobby’s Just Design initiative, hosted on Archinect, identifies 25 exceptional firms and plans a future certification.
The Architecture Lobby Stages a Radical Alternative to the AIA Conference on Architecture
The non-profit hosted a participatory day-long “Think-in” taking aim at the profession’s most hot-button issues including labor and equity.