Designer Case Study No. 11: Interface Architects Studio

September 27, 2016

Designer Case Study No. 11: Interface Architects Studio, is part of an ongoing series of case studies featuring AIA members doing pro bono and social impact work.  This particular case study focuses on Interface Studio Architect’s innovative model of practice, located in Philadelphia, PA and Cambridge, MA; founded in 2005. Principals Brian Philips and Deb Katz believe in positive impact solutions, which they note, do not always come from building.

ISA and the Pew Center for Arts and Heritage, worked together on the GRAY AREA project. Gray Area helped to create public dialog to spur innovative ideas for historical preservation, as well as to, diffuse hot button community issues surrounding this topic. Use the link to ISSUU for more information about this firm’s commitment to making the world a better place.

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