n. pronounced health by design. 1. a public health studio that leverages design, including the built environment, to improve health and related social justice outcomes. 2. an approved program of the Public Health Institute.


Resilient Rockaways
Social Resilience Post Sandy Reconstruction
Evaluating The City-Wide School Garden Initiative NYC
A Conceptual Model for FARMroots
Strengthening Community-Based Outcomes through Urban Forestry
Open Space and  Social Capital
Movement on Main Street-Design Competition
Metrics Framework for Urban Agriculture
Outcomes-Based Design and Food Retail
Health and Neighborhood Design

Health-Promotion through: Urban Design + Building Design + Service Design

Our thesis is that the application of design strategies can forge innovation in health at multiples scales with multiplying impact.