Raphael Sperry

Architects/Designers/Planners for Social Responsibility

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Raphael Sperry is an architect based in San Francisco who heads Architects/Designers/Planners for Social Responsibility.

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Even though the client, not architects, determine the program for prisons, Raphael Sperry argues that just as prison doctors refuse to participate in execution so prison architects can…

Prisons

Even though the client, not architects, determine the program for prisons, Raphael Sperry argues that just as prison doctors refuse to participate in execution so prison architects can…

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