Public Architecture is thrilled to announce the launch of its new website. The site is designed and built by BRICK, the stellar bay area-based multi-disciplinary design studio who also designed the website of our flagship 1+ pro bono design program. Check out publicarchitecture.org and let us know what you think.
The new website comes on the heel of big organizational transitions. John Peterson founded Public Architecture more than fifteen years ago and served as President until the end of 2015. Last winter, he transitioned off the staff and took over as the Curator of the Loeb Fellowship at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. As the chairman of Public Architecture’s board, he remains actively involved in key projects and strategy.
Amy Ress now serves as the Director of the organization during this interim leadership transition. She has climbed the ranks over the last six years, working as a program fellow, program manager, and program director.
We invite you to follow Dialog and stay tuned for news and activities in the social impact design movement. We’re excited for this beautiful new platform to share updates on CITIES+ San Jose and CITIES+ Detroit as well as our partnerships with the AIA, ASID and the EPA.