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GOOD Design Daily: Architecture For the Public Good

by Alissa Walker

October 29, 2010


What the book also illustrates is that it's not just the big firms which are donating their time—young, cutting-edge firms are also well-represented among the projects, like the Soft Cube Gallery for the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, above, by Min|Day, a firm based in San Francisco and Omaha, Nebraska. Which shows that doing good can and should also mean looking good as well.

Top photo by Richard Hammond/Gensler

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