Daniel Feldman: Planned Systematic Perversion: Designing Policy before Buildings

Daniel Feldman-Speaker

Architect from Los Andes University (2008). Architecture for Humanity regional ambassador, and design fellow (2010). Responsible for the design and community involvement process of infrastructure projects for early youth development in vulnerable and ethnically diverse populations at the office of Colombia’s Presidential Adviser for Special Programs, and Social Innovation professor at Universidad Javeriana. Currently studying a Masters of Architecture in Urban Design at Harvard GSD after being awarded the 2013 J. William Scholarship, and the Deans Merit Scholarship. Convinced that designers need to go beyond design, his work tries to blend systems thinking and human centered design criteria with socio-political realities found on site.

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