Join Woodbury School of Architecture for a virtual lecture as part of the Year of Climate Justice by Quinlin Messenger.
Raised in New Mexico, Quinlin Messenger believes design is a tool for social and environmental transformation. Messenger’s creative identity is rooted in his African American, Jewish, and Native American heritage – he channels and honors these legacies through design justice – an awareness and healing modality that is at the core of his restorative practice.
With a background in Architecture, Sociology, and Environmental Studies, Messenger’s studio, Aplomb Design, creates strategies to inspire equitable change through Sustainability, Architecture, and Community Engagement. As creative director, Messenger engages projects with a sensitivity and focus towards healthy living, social and environmental empowerment, and legacy cultivation.