Bridging the Gap, a collection of 19 essays, brings together the best in current practice and thinking regarding public-interest architectural internship and advocates for new models that will have the power to profoundly change the architectural profession and our communities. The collection is intended to fuel a vibrant conversation in the hope of inspiring the creation of new public-interest internships and informing the ongoing updates to the Intern Development Program (IDP). The advantages to developing new public-service internships are clear. Let’s get started!
Victoria Beach, Thomas Fisher, Marvin Malecha, Michael Pyatok, Jess Zimbabwe, Andrew Caruso, Georgia Bizios, Katie Wakeford, Stephen Luoni, Len Charney, Gabe Bergeron, John Quale, David Perkes, Christina Calabrese, Diane Georgopulos, Katherine Williams, Esther Yang, Bryan Bell, Haley Loram, Luke Perry, Luke Clark Tyler, Sam Valentine
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Dec 19, 2011
Bridging the Gap offers tremendous value in addressing the important linkage between architectural internship and public service. As such, this discourse has the ability to positively influence the emerging generation’s conception of practice and the value that design thinking has in serving society. Clark Manus, FAIA President, American Institute of Architects, 2011 CEO, Heller Manus Bizios and Wakeford have assembled a timely, convincing, and highly useful collection of essays that demonstrates the power of public service to expand the education of architects through direct community engagement, greatly multiplying the dividends of internship. Bridging the Gap enriches the literature on public-interest practice, and establishes the relevance of social equity to our continuing discourse on professional development. Professor Daniel S. Friedman President, Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, 2010-11 Dean, College of Built Environments, University of Washington This... More > volume brings together a host of case studies in alternative futures for design discipline graduates. Graduates seeking meaningful, compassionate, socially relevant engagement will find this volume enlightening and a mine of trajectories. Faculty will find it a great pedagogic companion for a challenging, though opportunity-filled, future in the contemporary academy. Professionals should find it simply humbling. Keelan P. Kaiser, AIA President, National Architectural Accrediting Board, 2011-12 Chair, Department of Architecture, Judson University Nineteen perspectives that will change the way you view the profession of architecture and the business behind design. Relevant to students and professionals alike, this collection highlights multiple avenues to engage in public-interest projects and careers, which are becoming ever more integral to the design of the built environment. Danielle McDonough, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP Vice President, American Institute of Architecture Students, 2010-11< Less
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