Architecture & Design

327: Kimberly Dowdell

She is not the only architect to see her work as a force for social justice, but she is one of the few to pursue graduate work in public policy to improve the interactions of designers and the officials who can make their visions a reality. A conversation at the Center for Architecture with the president of the National Organization of Minority Architects.  

Person: Rosa Parks
Place: Hudson’s dept. store, Detroit
Thing: her staff of office
Randy’s Person: Berthold Lubetkin