Tough Cell: architects’ involvement in prison design

The American Institute of Architects has rejected proposed ethical policy changes which would prevent US practices designing facilities for torture. Mimi Zeiger reports

Should architects design for torture? Of course not. The answer seems so clear, so unequivocally in line with the contemporary image of the architect as a just shaper of the society, a creative world citizen serving both client and public.

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