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Good Deeds, Good Design: Community Service Through Architecture Paperback – 1 May 2003


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Bryan Bell taught at Rural Studio and is founder of Design Corps, a nonprofit agency providing architecture to those traditionally underserved by the profession. He spent twelve years "in the trenches" working to make architectural services available to a greater part of the general public. After degrees from Yale and Princeton, he started working with non-profit agencies that specialized in serving the very-low income. "I felt that I had left architecture. Now I just define architecture differently."


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