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Design as a Tool for Social Equity: UNICEF and Design for Economy and Utility by Fiyel Levent

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MBB Architects recently partnered with Dattner Architects and University Neighborhood Housing Program (UNHP) to participate in Neighborhoods Now, a collaboration between the Urban Design Forum and Van Alen Institute that connects leading design firms with neighborhoods drastically effected by COVID-19 .

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In an interview with Madame Architect’s Julia Gamolina, Mary Burnham reflects on leading a women-owned architecture firm. Read “Design That Matters: Taking the Long View.”

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The Right Tool for the Job by Ayman Rouhani

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MBB recently finished a pro bono office design project for Concrete Safaris, a non-profit whose mission is to prepare youth in East Harlem and beyond to lead healthy lives and shape their environment through outdoor education, play, exploration and community engagement.

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MBB partnered with International School Services (ISS) to host two 90-minute webinars on July 27th and 28th for international schools around the world working on their reopening plans.

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MBB’s Jeff Murphy moderated a panel of eminent university architects and planners including Alice Raucher, Architect for the University of Virginia; and David Lenox, University Architect at Stanford University, to present strategic thinking surrounding revitalizing historic campus buildings.

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MBB is pleased to announce that our sustainable work for St. Patrick’s Cathedral has been honored with a 2019 AIA COTE Top Ten Award! The COTE Top Ten program highlights projects that meet the AIA Committee on the Environment’s rigorous criteria for social, economic and ecological value. Our renovation of St. Patrick’s Cathedral achieved a […]

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Madame Architect, “The Modern Preservationist: A Manifesto,” by Katherine Malishewsky, July 8, 2020

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