Ethics & Responsibility
Studio Luz believes architecture can be – and should be – used as a tool to confront inequity in the built environment. Much of our design process is driven by a series of questions: How will this contribute to a person’s experience of place? What can this do to better the community or the environment? How does architecture become an agent for affirming and reinforcing social interactions?
Hansy and Anthony are also co-founders of BR+A+CE: Building Research+Architecture+Community Exchange, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit founded by artists and designers to create new community spaces that engage social, economic, and cultural issues facing communities around the world.