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  • Intended to for USC and will be adapted later on.
  • Eric Corey Freed has said that design is all around us. Good design and bad design. We have found in making this film that design shapes the social world. John Peterson of Public Architecture has found ways to maximize the personal connections suggested by public spaces. Kevin Rowell with Kleiwerks brings a sense of ownership to design. A sense of shelter cannot be planted, it must be cultivated. Use of bamboo, earthen materials. Design an make or break communities. Shelter brings dignity.
  • Would also discuss Nathaniel Corum here.
  • Design for-good

    1. 1. Shelter:design for good<br />A symposium about the design for good movement and what it means for the future of architecture and design.<br />
    2. 2. Who’s organizing this?<br />Lee Schneider and Richard Neill are documentary filmmakers with a strong belief in the power of storytelling to change the world.<br />They are making a film called Shelter, a chronicle of the design for good movement, telling the stories of architects and designers who are using good design to provide shelter to the homeless and survivors of natural disasters.<br />They will share with you what they’ve discovered about design for good in the process of researching and making their film. <br />
    3. 3. What we will cover.<br />What is design for good all about? <br />Who is involved in the design for good movement? An overview about the leaders of the design for good movement. <br />An introduction to selected design for good leaders showcased in clips from our film, Shelter.<br />Special Guest: A leader in the design for good movement will take questions for the Q&A portion of this symposium.<br />
    4. 4. design for good: defined.<br />The social impact behind all design<br />Personal connections with public spaces <br />Involving the community in design<br />Sustainability and best use of materials<br />Why design matters<br />
    5. 5. design is everywhere.<br />EDAR combines a shopping cart and a tent<br />The design was created based on<br />interviews with homeless persons<br /> in Los Angeles.<br />
    6. 6. design is pro bono<br />Public Architecture shows architects the power of Pro Bono<br />Public Architecture has developed<br />a network of architects,<br />builders and designers who<br />donate 1 percent of their time <br />each year to work on <br />design for good projects.<br />
    7. 7. designing a community<br /><ul><li> Kevin Rowell and Kleiwerks involve </li></ul> communities in bamboo design.<br />Natural building materials<br />promote sustainability.<br />
    8. 8. learning from traditional design<br />Architect Seth Wachtel is learning from traditional Haitian architecture to design better structures.<br />His team is designing a health clinic for Haiti that uses the lessons learned from traditional Haitian architecture.<br />The design will be a prototype for sustainability.<br />
    9. 9. EOA/Elmslie Osler Architect<br />Urban farming and vertical farming<br /> Food Chain is a project<br /> that empowers people<br /> in cities to growtheir <br /> own healthy food.<br />
    10. 10. infrastructure and connection<br />Architecture for Humanity brings design, construction and development services to communities in need. <br />
    11. 11. open architecture network<br />OAN provides an open-source way to share design and architectural projects.<br />
    12. 12. design for good education<br />Emily Pilloton and Project H Design<br />
    13. 13. Why design for good?<br />Design as social engineering<br />Design builds community<br />Sustainability and use of natural materials<br />Q&A with Eric Corey Freed<br />