segunda-feira, 25 de agosto de 2008


..."In the age of "starchitecture," where prestige buildings and celebrity designers reign supreme, Peterson and his colleagues might be making some of the boldest statements in urban design today. Their declaration couldn't be more simple: Good design can drive social justice. It's a message that borrows elements from progressive design movements of the past. But what Public Architecture and groups like it are after is also distinctly new. They are challenging their entire profession to take the high design standards usually reserved for elite clients and systematically deliver them to society's most vulnerable: to design hospital rooms that give the chronically ill a sense of control over their lives, libraries that will make children spend hours with a book, or..."

1 comentário:

maria disse...


Um bom principio a tomar... :)

maria (a formiga que frequenta o ODP)