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How a Health Care Clinic Applied Trauma Informed Design to Serve the LGBTQIA+ Community
With space for public programs as well as a sense of privacy and security Perkins&Will’s Family Tree Clinic answers the question, “What does healing look like to you?”
Mary Dill Henry’s Life-Long Search for the “Vital Forces” of Art and Technology
A newly resurfaced archive at the Illinois Institute of Technology reveals an artist always in motion.
An HBCU’s Historic Preservation Program Starts with Its Own Campus
Uncovering history from Reconstruction and the Civil Rights Movement, students at Tuskegee University take a hands-on role in preserving history on campus and beyond.
Could Be Architecture Says Friendly Design Makes Us Kinder Humans
The young Chicago firm applies its exuberant style to homes, installations, and local watering holes.
The North Lawndale Employment Network Sees Through Employment Barriers for the Formerly Incarcerated
Designed by Wheeler Kearns Architects, the center makes use of a former bank that now holds sweeter treasure—honey.
Edward Lyons Pryce, the Black Landscape Architect that Preserved the Tuskegee Institute
A new scholarship will continue Pryce’s legacy as one of the first Black landscape architects.