Allowing for mutual aid, friendships, and families of choice, and the pooling of certain resources while maintaining individual household ownership and separation of finances is in many ways a subtly subversive counter to normative multifamily housing.
Jenny French on re-centering collective housing in pedagogy and practice
The world is, and will continue to be, unavoidably unstable—environmentally, politically, and socially. Our Early Design Education programs claim that instability as a material of design. We use design to continuously question the world as we’ve come to know it.
Megan Panzano on the GSD's Early Design Education Programs
Coming Soon: Harvard Design Magazine #50: Today’s Global Edited by Sarah M. Whiting and Rahul Mehrotra
Is globalization the most powerful single force shaping the built environment today? Guest edited by…
Redefining Wilderness: How Designers are Grappling with the Radical Interconnectedness of Nature and Culture
Two decades ago, the United Nations Convention on Biodiversity set a goal of designating 17…
Infrastructure, in conventional imaginations, exists as a tool of permanence: bridges, roads, sidewalks, and utilities…
If disability is somewhere between what’s happening to your body and the inherited state of the built world, where do designers do their best work?
Sara Hendren on designing with and not just for people with atypical bodies and minds