Mina Chow is an interdisciplinary licensed architect, filmmaker and Adjunct Assoc. Professor at the USC School of Architecture. She is a contributor to National Geographic, NY Times, National Public Radio, and Public Radio International as a Nationally recognized expert on design communication and leadership. Mina is the founding principal of the design firm mc² SPACES, which connects the public’s interest to the design of the built environment. She highlights the humanity, passion and sacrifice of this process with stories that reveal its creation and destruction. Her films and interdisciplinary work communicate important underlying relationships between design and culture– showing that it permeates throughout history—and that it belongs to everyone.
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