NC State University is hosting a Friday Forum event, “How Can Design Address Homelessness?” on October 16 in Raleigh, NC. The Activate14 Tiny Homes Community Design Competition team from Clark Nexsen will join in a discussion about tiny home communities as an effective way to create affordable housing for people without a stable dwelling place.
The Activate14 jury recognized a team of designers from the Raleigh office of Clark Nexsen with the Community Merit Award for their entry titled, “Com_Union.” The design team was comprised of Corey Baughman, Ryan Cooper, Brian Dautel, Erika Jolleys, Ryan Johnson, Albert McDonald, and Will Pate.
Bryan Bell of Design Corp and Erin Lewis of In Situ will lead the forum. Bell was a Tiny Homes Community Design Competition jury member and Lewis was a facilitator of the competition through her involvement and leadership with Activate 14. The event is sponsored by AIA Triangle and the NC State College of Design School of Architecture and is open to the public.
How Can Design Address Homelessness?
Bryan Bell and Erin Lewis
Friday, October 16, 2015
12:10 pm – 1:15 pm
Allred Gallery – NCSU (map)