"Design Stories: Beginning, Middle, (No) End"
In this lecture, Martin and Cary spoke about their work at the intersections of design and social justice, with a special focus on the transformative power of narrative. Martin, the author of five books, including "Do It Anyway: The New Generation of Activists," is a sought after speaker on the power of storytelling and the complexity of social change. Cary, the author of "The Power of Pro Bono: 40 Stories about Design for the Public Good by Architects and Their Clients," has been at the forefront of the public interest design movement for the last decade, first as the founding director of San Francisco-based Public Architecture, and in more recent years, as a widely read writer, lecturer, and adviser to nonprofit, philanthropic, and urban advocacy entities. Together, they explore the ways in which design affects the quality of life for everyday people and make an argument for the democratization of good design, focusing on emblematic projects throughout the world that have dignified the lives of their users.
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