Address Social and Economic Issues Through Design

Structures for Inclusion Conference
Saturday and Sunday, March 27-28
at Howard University, Washington, D.C.

Structures for Inclusion (SFI) conference is a forum to present and discuss current architectural practices that are intended to reach a more diverse clientele. SFI is a forum to present, discuss, and seek new thoughts, strategies, and ideas for the future of the profession.

Structures for Inclusion 10 will be a tenth anniversary celebration hosted by Howard University on Saturday and Sunday, March 27 and 28, 2010. Three panels will discuss the theme: “Social Economic Environmental Design: SEED” and how to build on the success of the Green design movement in addressing critical social and economic issues through design.

Keynote: Francis Kere, winner of the 2004 Aga Kahn Award for Architecture

Registration: designcorps.org/sfi-conference

Note: Hotel rooms are available at a discount rate until Thursday, February 25.

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