Should design reflect culture, history, and community concerns? This question shapes how Cory Henry, Principal and Founder of Atelier Cory Henry, approaches his work. His varied portfolio of projects, spanning three continents and ranging from private homes to mobile personal care centers for the houseless, echo Henry's commitment to community-centered design. Through his work, Henry challenges traditional partnership dynamics and reframes perceptions about who design truly serves.
$10 Museum Member | Free Student | $20 Non-member
This program qualifies for 1.5 LU/HSW (AIA), 1.5 PDH (LA CES/ASLA).
Image: courtesy of Atelier Cory Henry.
Please note: online ticket sales end at midnight on December 13. Availability permitting, tickets can be purchased day-of at the door.
This program will be presented at the National Building Museum. Arrive at 6pm to purchase refreshments. Program from 6:30 - 8pm.
This program continues the National Building Museum's Equity in the Built Environment series of conversations that focus on how buildings, landscapes, interiors, and streets can be the cause of—and, more important, the cure for—social and racial disparities.