Understand how architects are working across the country to improve the environmental and social sustainability of communities by protecting neighborhoods from gentrification, installing parks and public art exhibits in urban centers, and creating state-of-the-art libraries in financially challenged neighborhoods. Antoine Bryant, Assoc. AIA, project manager and business development at the Houston office of Moody Nolan; Gabrielle Bullock, FAIA, a principal and the director of global diversity at Perkins & Will in Los Angeles, and Rico Quirindongo, AIA, a principal at DLR Group, discuss their current work in Seattle, Los Angeles, and Houston.
This program is based on the American Institute of Architects’ Blueprint for Better campaign to transform the day-to-day practice of architecture to achieve a zero-carbon, resilient, healthy, just, and equitable built environment.
The Equity in the Built Environment series is generously supported by STUDIOS Architecture.