Designing for the year 2030

In the face of a growing number of complex and interconnected global problems, more and more people within the architecture and design community are finding ways to leverage design to make a difference in the world. Alejandro Aravena’s 2016 Pritzker Prize win is a good illustration of the increasing appetite for this kind of approach within the field, and architects around the world are taking up the challenge of designing solutions that address complex issues such as climate change, population growth, rapid urbanization, economic development and human health.

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