Justice in Design Featured in the Press

Posted on July 19th, 2017 by Jalisa Joyner

Posted under: Press

This past week, Justice in Design, our report on de-centralizing Rikers Island in collaboration with the Van Alen Institute, has been featured in a series of publications. Check out the links below.

Fast Company: Redesigning New York’s Most Notorious Jail

Metropolis: From Jails to “Justice Hubs”: New Report Details How Design Can Improve & Integrate Jails in Our Cities

Architectural Record: New Report from Van Alen Institute Proposes Design Alternatives to Rikers Island

CityLab: Designing the Opposite of Rikers

Curbed: In lieu of Rikers, advocates propose ‘justice hubs’ with art studios, community gardens

NextCity: New York Has a Chance to Embrace This New Type of Jail Design

6sqft: As first step towards closing Rikers, design concept calls for community-based ‘justice hubs’

Architectural Digest: Here’s How Rikers Island Could Be Improved by Good Design

Architect’s Newspaper: This design team has ideas for a better, more humane jail system

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