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March 4, 2015
The Center for an Urban Form uses a factual journalistic approach to increase awareness of pressing urban issues. The Center aims to promote solutions for often overlooked urban problems.

Hawthorne, Chris

March 4, 2015
Chris Hawthorne, architecture critic of the Los Angeles Times, has written extensively about the public interest design field, focusing on humanitarian design in particular.

Kimmelman, Michael

March 4, 2015
Michael Kimmelman is the architecture critic of The New York Times, writing frequently on design for the public good, including his debut cover story on the Via Verde housing development in the Bronx.

Kuang, Cliff

March 4, 2015
Cliff Kuang is the Senior Editor at Wired, and the former founding editor of Co.Design, the daily design arm of Fast Company magazine, which routinely profiles projects focused on design for social change.

McGuigan, Cathleen

March 4, 2015
Cathleen McGuigan is editor-in-chief of Architectural Record magazine, which recently dedicated its March 2013 issue to "Sheltering the World," building on its groundbreaking "Building for Social Change" a year earlier, among other coverage.

McKnight, Jenna

March 4, 2015
Jenna McKnight is editor-in-chief of Architizer, and was previously news editor of Architectural Record and the driving force behind the magazine’s landmark “Building for Social Change” issue, published in March 2012.

Szenasy, Susan

March 4, 2015
Susan Szenasy is editor-in-chief of Metropolis magazine, which has long provided the most passionate and consistent coverage of what the magazine terms “social design.”

Petrunia, Paul

March 4, 2015
Paul Petrunia is founder and editor of Archinect, which frequently covers and promotes the people and projects of the public interest design movement.

Lang Ho, Cathy

March 4, 2015
Cathy Lang Ho is commissioner and curator of the U.S. Pavilion at the 13th International Venice Architecture Biennale, addressing the theme “Spontaneous Interventions: Design Actions for the Common Good.”

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