We are researchers who use rigorous and thought-provoking studies to uncover how the design of the built environment relates to social and racial inequality. These findings can inform priorities and opportunities pertinent to your project and goals. We capture communities’ stories through buildings and places, helping build bridges and connections in effective and impactful ways that share knowledge and start dialogues. 

Research methods

  • Community-engaged research
  • Interdisciplinary literature reviews
  • Interviews and focused groups
  • Experiments

Reporting methods

  • Books
  • Academic journals
  • Websites
  • Exhibitions
  • Digital stories
  • Maps
For how to move from “Cancel Culture” to “Consider Culture” see the Times Higher Education Student Success Forum.

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