Public Interest Design and Education

As the Tulane School of Architecture's community design center, the Tulane City Center brings together creative makers and doers working for a better city. We advance community-driven ideas through collaboration, design education and scrappy problem-solving.

We work with a variety of non-profit organizations and community groups to provide design services to communities who are consistently underserved by our field. Come see more about what we do {here} and why it matters {here}.


Our full time staff consists of Architects, Designers, Community Organizers, and Managers; see them {here}. Our work develops in collaboration with faculty designers, student interns, and outside consultants; see them {here}.


Every year we put out a request for project proposals to all local non-profit organizations and community groups. To see how to apply go {here}

If you are looking to support our work or to find other ways to get involved go {here}.