Deborah Richmond Presents at Design For Dignity Conference

Woodbury School of Architecture professor Deborah Richmond has been chosen to speak at the 2017 AIA|LA DESIGN FOR DIGNITY Conference. Deborah will speak about her study away studio and the refugee housing crisis in France at 11:00am during the panel on Innovative Housing Solutions.

McCarty Memorial Christian Church
Friday, July 14, 2017, 8:00am – 3:00pm
4101 West Adams, Los Angeles, CA 90018

With the recent passage of LA County’s Measure H and the City of LA’s Measure HHH (as well as recent momentum at the State level to streamline housing production), public support for solutions to homelessness and housing affordability is markedly changing. On Friday, July 14thAIA|LA will host the second annual D4D2 DESIGN FOR DIGNITY conference to focus on solutions to address homelessness, housing affordability, and healthy neighborhoods.

The conference will explore a series of questions: how can the design community implement elements of Measures H and HHH to better serve those in need? What innovative design solutions and resilient programs are possible in this shifting political climate? How do we channel investments to enhance the quality of life in our communities and increase amenities for all without displacing anyone or causing additional people to be priced-out of their neighborhoods?

Featured Image: Illustration by Shimahara Illustration



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