Description: In this episode, Ed and Jentre visit with Danish Kurani, architect and chief designer at Kurani, an architecture studio which designs education centers, public places, and community spaces to help people connect, learn, and feel a sense of belonging

Danish’s philosophy, Baaham, treats architecture as an active participant in our daily lives, and he has been cultivating this approach over the past 20 years. He has taught at Harvard and Stanford, designed for Google and Khan Academy, and advised Fortune 100 companies and governments who seek out his expertise in designing spaces that drive progress and improve well-being.

Danish has been honored by a number of prestigious organizations, including the US Department of State, the World Cities Summit, and the OECD. In 2021, Fast Company named Danish one of the most innovative architects in the world.