Covid-19 is testing us all. Millennials, Gen X’ers, and younger Boomers are surprised by what they are learning from being home for an extended period – much like retirement – many of life’s activities are more difficult or impossible. Here are seven of those retirement surprises.
Community architect and design leader Katie Swenson, newly of MASS Design Group, is helping to redefine the creative process and design aesthetic of affordable housing with a goal for dignified homes for all.
For its inaugural incubator project, the nonprofit Black Artist + Designers Guild is envisioning the future of Black family living.
Today, Grace Farms released “Design For Freedom,” a report that calls to eradicate modern slavery in the architecture, construction and design industry.
Today, the New York Chapter of the American Institute of Architects released a statement urging its members to stop designing projects for the current criminal justice system.
With the climate change emergency upon us, our society needs to rethink new home construction. Kurt Goodjohn is the cofounder and CEO of Dvele, which manufactures ultra energy-efficient, solar-powered prefab homes that can be produced affordably.
Jodie McLean discusses her experience as a female CEO leading her company through the COVID-19 pandemic, her approach to leadership and how people who bring more diverse perspectives can have an impact in the boardroom.
As the pandemic rages on, there’s speculation about how Covid is changing work, with many claims of a massive, permanent shift to working at home. But many white-collar workers will probably return to their offices.
Because shiplap never really went away.
Maryellis Bunn, 28, built a business that promised customers happiness, sprinkles and ice cream. The playground-meets-art installation was an instant hit with the Instagram generation. But ex-employees say that a darker reality lives under the gauzy filters.