Metropolis announces its 2012 Game Changers.

February 12, 2012 at 10:36 pm Leave a comment

And it’s an awesome bunch. Via Metropolis (January 25, 2012):

“Our class of 2012 is a diverse lot, but its members share an important trait: their community-based work has broader implications for the world at large, demonstrating the power of design to forge real change.”

Metropolis Game Changers award, designed by Christopher H. Lee (of SHoP architects) and produced by Replik. Photo by Kevin Shea Adams. Photo via Metropolis.

I was especially psyched to see that the honorees include architect Michael Maltzan, but to be fair all the bios are inspiring and definitely worth a read. (Consider this a nod to #19: Read biographies of people who have built things.) Coverage of the award celebration is also available.

February 12’s daily design idea is aim to be a (community-based) game changer!

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25 thoughts for changemakers. Operating across organizational seams.

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