School Design for Equitable Outcomes

This interactive session begins with a catalyst discussion on how the built environment sends cues of inclusion or exclusion, of belonging or otherness. We gather around the notion that space is not neutral and our design decisions can liberate or oppress. The team will then facilitate a workshop to ideate on how architecture and interior design can authentically engage with communities to responsively disrupt systems and eliminate barriers for a heightened sense of representation in schools.

Programming descriptions are generated by participants and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of SXSW.

Renae Mantooth

HKS, Inc / NC State University

Zac Rudd

HKS, Inc