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Architizer: 2012 Top 10 PID Predictions in Review

On Tuesday, we published the first in a three-part series of “year end” pieces on Architizer, our 2012 Top 10 Public Interest Design Predictions in Review. The history is that a year ago, Archinect published our “Top 10 Design Initiatives to Watch in 2012–For The Public Good.” Here we are, a year later and wiser,(…)


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“Top 10 Design Initiatives to Watch in 2012″

Last week’s Top 10 Design Milestones of 2011, published at Archinect, highlighted advances in design for the public good by profiling leading organizations from IDEO.org and Mass Design Group to individuals like Jeanne Gang and Michael Kimmelman. As we round out this year and usher in the next, it feels important to also look towards(…)


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Book Review: “Bridging the Gap”

As profiled here previously, Georgia Bizios & Katie Wakeford of North Carolina State University College of Design have assembled a landmark anthology looking at the state of public-interest architectural internships, in the context of NCARB‘s 35-year old Intern Development Program. PublicInterestDesign.org‘s own John Cary reviewed the book for Metropolis Magazine today, concluding with the statement(…)


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Book Review: "Bridging the Gap"

As profiled here previously, Georgia Bizios & Katie Wakeford of North Carolina State University College of Design have assembled a landmark anthology looking at the state of public-interest architectural internships, in the context of NCARB‘s 35-year old Intern Development Program. PublicInterestDesign.org‘s own John Cary reviewed the book for Metropolis Magazine today, concluding with the statement(…)


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Design Observer essay on NCARB’s IDP

With the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) hyping the first major update to its Intern Development Program in 35 years, PublicInterestDesign.org‘s own John Cary takes the organization and program to task. He asks, “Rather than developing interns, as its name implies, what if the program were truly geared toward developing architects, and ideally(…)


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Design Observer essay on NCARB's IDP

With the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) hyping the first major update to its Intern Development Program in 35 years, PublicInterestDesign.org‘s own John Cary takes the organization and program to task. He asks, “Rather than developing interns, as its name implies, what if the program were truly geared toward developing architects, and ideally(…)


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