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Practice of Architecture | 2018/01/19

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Designing in the Public Interest, 6 Ways SWA Gets Better with Pro Bono Work

SWA Group recently launched their Social Impact Design initiative and partnership with the 1% Program at Public Architecture. In a recent posting to their Ideas Blog, they outlined six ways that pro-bono work challenges the firm as designers.

The above video is presented by Chris Hardly, a designer with SWA’s San Francisco Office. In the video, Chris presents some of the pro-bono projects that SWA is undertaking as well as beginning a dialogue surrounding Social Impact Design.

Click HERE to read the entire article, Designing in the Public Interest: Six Ways We Get Better with Pro Bono Work.

+ SWA Group