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SEED 2016 Award Winners Announced

The SEED Awards recognizes designs that address the critical social, economic, and environmental issues in the world. Six projects were selected based on the following criteria: Effectiveness, Excellence, Inclusiveness, Impactful, Systemic, and Participatory. Learn More. Project Winners RAPIDO: Rapid Recovery Housing Pilot Program | Hidalgo, Texas, USA Marwen | Chicago, Illinois, USA Ilima Primary School | Ilima, […]

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Public Interest Design Practice Guidebook, 2016

Edited by Lisa M. Abendroth and Bryan Bell, Public Interest Design Practice Guidebook: SEED Methodology, Case Studies, and Critical Issues (Routledge 2016) is the first book to demonstrate that public interest design has emerged as a profession. It provides clear professional standards of practice following SEED (Social Economic Environmental Design) methodology, the first step-by-step process supporting […]

SEED 2015 Award Winners Announced

Six international projects were selected for award winning recognition at the Structures for Inclusion 2015 conference hosted by Lawrence Technological University in Detroit, Michigan. The SEED Awards acknowledge design projects with exceptional social, economic, and environmental impact while representing the forces needed to create truly sustainable projects and positive change in the world. 2015 Award Winning Projects El Guadual […]

April 11 + 12, 2015: Structures for Inclusion Conference

The fifteenth annual Structures for Inclusion (SFI) Conference will be held April 11 and 12, 2015, in Detroit, Michigan, and will be hosted by Lawrence Technological University (LTU). The conference will feature the best public interest design from around the globe, including the 2015 SEED Award winners. Fifth Annual 2015 SEED Awards for Excellence in Public Interest […]

SEED 2014 Award Winners Announced

Nine international projects were selected for recognition at the Structures for Inclusion 2014 conference at Parsons The New School for Design in New York City. The Awards acknowledge design projects with exceptional social, economic, and environmental impact while representing the forces needed to create truly sustainable projects and positive change in the world. 2014 Award Winning Projects Include The […]

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