MONTH 3: Call of the Wild
As our cities grow and the human ecological footprint increases, the health and biodiversity of surrounding ecosystems is at risk. Between 300 million and 1 billion birds die each year from building collisions. Studies have also shown that the DNA and skillets of certain species differs from their woodland counterparts in order to survive the […]
MONTH 2: Gender Neutral Spaces of Equality
This topic explores the existing tensions among the LGBTQ2SIA+ community regarding prescribed public space (most commonly public WRs) and the precedents that offer solutions to our evolving social norms. How do we build a future with gender neutral spaces of equality integrated into our everyday lives? Is architecture keeping up with this evolution? What is […]
MONTH 1: Urban Planning + Racial Segregation
This topic explores historical and contemporary patterns of racialized segregation in the urban environment to better understand how designers can disrupt these patterns to promote equitable urban design solutions.