While walking the streets of New York, Franch i Gilabert opens up about her role as an architectural educator—most recently with the Manhattan-based Storefront for Art and Architecture—considering how we can allow for a multiplicity of voices into design while planning the spaces and buildings of tomorrow. For her, architecture isn’t just about big names and big buildings; it's about all kinds of social practices—from sitting around the kitchen table to how we ask questions of the universe.
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