• Phil Freelon: Architect for Social Equity

    4 monthes ago - By Arch Daily

    Phil Freelon. Image © Perkins and Will
    This article was originally published on Metropolismag.com. The renowned founder of his eponymous studio-which joined Perkins and Will in 2014-passed away July 9th, leaving a major legacy of built works, community engagement, and advocacy within architecture. In 2016, as the three-tiered, bronze-skinned, and filigreed National Museum of African American History and Culture opened on the National Mall-a signature building of the Obama era-one of its main architects, Durham, North Carolina-based Phil Freelon , was diagnosed with the neurodegenerative...
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