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"The Change We Seek", SHORTLISTED FOR THE AIA 2022 PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD, VOTE NOW!



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We are pleased to share that our Film "The Change We See" was shortlisted for the 2022 AIA Film Challenge People's Choice Award. Now, we need your help and support to win. Remember you can vote multiple times every day until October 14th, 2022. Please Register and Vote Here The Change We Seek.


ABOUT THE FILM:

Diversity in Architecture, Engineering and Construction is nowhere to be found. Principals of Flow Design Inc. decided to change that in whichever way they could. The film focuses on the early stages of one’s development and the need to inspire, guide and mentor others to begin their journey in the profession. Here we experience the journey to change the profession across the board by inspiring at early stages, guiding during middle school and high school as well as consistently helping those in the path in college and post graduation so that folks from all over can make it as architects. This is part of the mission of Flow Design Inc. which we believe make us all better as a biodiverse ecosystem and ensuring the makers of our cities, represent our cities.


ABOUT FLOW:

Flow is a culturally diverse architectural ecosystem where everyone has a voice and a shot at making a better world through the use of materials, form, and space. Our design philosophy is fueled by the strengths and skills each partner brings into the table to achieve a common purpose: great and impactful architecture for humanity. The process is essentially an organized oasis of resources working in harmony via thoughtful collaboration. Flow is rooted in the dream of the firm's founding partners to make a place for those without a place in the AEC industry. This dream became an obsession, and it sparked momentum when the firm was invited to participate in the 2019 Licensing Advisors Summit hosted by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards in Minneapolis. This is where NCARB shared a picture of the board members from all states and jurisdictions and none of them was a person of color. Michael Armstrong, CEO of NCARB, acknowledged that this was a problem and that they did not know what to do about it. Flow founding partner Darguin Fortuna believed that was a problem too and that the firm FLOW would insight change over the years. #design#interiordesign#architecturedesign#30x40designworkshop#homedesign#housedesign#interiordesignideas#digitaldesign#fyp#fypapp#fypupi#fypsong#fypdance#fypmoney#tiktokfyp#fyptiktok#fyptikttok#fypmeaning#creepypasta#fypontiktok#howtousefyp

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