Metropolis announces its 2012 Game Changers.
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.”
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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