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    Lecture - John Peterson

    Dustin Page
    Oct 4, '14 7:10 PM EST

    From San Francisco, John Peterson of Public Architecture lectured this past Wednesday, focusing on the designers' obligation to the community and society. Not just that as a designer, there must be a mindset always present of making the place around us better, but that you must actively be looking for opportunities to make a difference, to help those who would not traditionally see the benefits of design. The work that John highlighted in the lecture looked to reclaim space, material, urbanity, community, in the effort for a better, more sustainable design future. This is a design tactic interested in digging in to the city, churning things up, seeing how improvements can be made with what is already available.


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