From addressing the most prevalent social and physical issues in our own backyard, to creating solutions for the world’s poor, students are tackling the most significant issues facing our world today. Drawn from a range of student work produced in Bay Area schools, this exhibit includes exemplary projects from the disciplines of architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, public policy, graphic design and entrepreneurship to highlight some of the groundbreaking work emerging from our local institutions.
Projects unite innovative solutions with social programs, environmental issues and cultural context, while introducing energy and vision, and surpassing traditional methods of research and design. Also included is the past work of SPUR’s own Piero N. Patri Fellowship, an annual fellowship for students of urban design.
Exhibition is free to the public
SPUR Urban Center Gallery
654 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94105-4015
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