Exploring New Forms of Collaboration Through Do-It-Together (DIT) Architecture


© Assemble. Image Granby Four Streets. The architects (Assemble) recognized the effort and achievement of the local residents, so the design was an attempt to reinforce this local legacy.

© Assemble. Image Granby Four Streets. The architects (Assemble) recognized the effort and achievement of the local residents, so the design was an attempt to reinforce this local legacy.

In our previous article, Why the New Do-It-Together (DIT) Architecture has Radical Potential, we uncovered a new practice that focuses on ‘we’, not ‘me’; celebrates collaboration, not competition; mobilizes human connections, not transactions.

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