United Nations features Beaman work in habitat publication

Two housing projects from GA Collaborative, a non-profit design office run by Interior Architecture faculty Michael Leighton Beaman (Critic, Interior Architecture), RISD alumni Yutaka Sho and Zaneta Hong, and Boston-based designer James Setzler are featured in the United Nations publication on Planning and Design for Sustainable Urban Mobility.

The book examines best practices and innovative design projects that bring issues of accessibility, mobility, and the integration of landscape, land use, planning, and architecture to the forefront of design for developing communities and urban environments. The two housing projects, Le Maison de Masoro and the Jabana House are part of a series of projects GA Collaborative is working on in Rwanda.


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