Public Interest Design and Education
As the Tulane School of Architecture’s community design center, Small Center brings together creative makers and doers working for a better city. We advance community-driven ideas through collaboration, design education and scrappy problem-solving. We work with a variety of nonprofit organizations and community groups to provide design services to communities who are consistently underserved by our field.
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March 10, 2020
Seize the opportunity to apply for Design Futures and our Public Interest Design Fellowship!Read More
February 10, 2020
More than 250 guests gathered at the Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design on Feb. Read more
January 09, 2020
“A Safe Home-Going for Exonerees.” Small Center re-designs “The RAE House” with restorative justice advocates to help support exonerated men and women in Louisiana.
A New Orleans nonprofit that supports those who’ve been wrongfully incarcerated recently worked closely with Tulane architecture students, staff and faculty to develop a vision for the nonprofit’s headquarters. Read more