Architecture, to me, means power | Ep 1 | REIMAGINING BLACKNESS & ARCHITECTURE

How do you build better futures? Architect Walter J. Hood discusses his project “Black Towers/Black Power,” architecture’s potential to empower people, and ways to design spaces that support a community’s needs.

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