The work of the Flourishing Communities Collaborative demonstrates the value of a computational, quantitative, and data-driven approach to solving social and cultural problems.

Flourishing Communities Collaborative (FC2) is an academic lab, committed to community engagement and social outreach. We engage in educating, leading, and serving by working with the community in a range of different settings. Housed in the School of Architecture at Georgia Tech, FC2 offers a curricular model that builds relationships between students, faculty, practitioners, and the community in applied design thinking and problem-solving for underserved communities.

Recent Works + News

Links to press release from the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture
Links to an article on the Georgia Tech School of Architecture's website about a grant received by the Flourishing Communities Collaborative
Links to an article on the Georgia Institute of Technology's Research website titled Faces of Research: Meet Julie Kim
Links to Thomasville Heights project page
Links to Smart Old Home database
Links to 746 Jett Street project page