"Garrick Jones of Ten to One on How to Fold Pro Bono Work Into Your Business Model" Archinect Studio Snapshot April 2019 Feature

“In only six years, Ten to One Architectural Design Studio has built up an impressively high volume of projects, many of which are offered up as pro bono services. Working across a diverse range of budgets, scales and types, the New York-based firm is motivated by a commitment to public architecture, and bringing design equity to underserved communities—an aim that was further codified after the 2016 election, the firm's founder Garrick Jones says. 

While providing free architectural services can be tough, especially for a small firm, the benefits are worthwhile. In this week's Studio Snapshot, we talk with Jones about how him and his team of four manage to make it work...”

"Garrick Jones of Ten to One on How to Fold Pro Bono Work Into Your Business Model" Archinect Studio Snapshot April 2019 Feature

Ten to One has won the 2018 A|N Best of Design Award in the Unbuilt Cultural category AND Honorable Mention in the Unbuilt Educational category!

Ten to One is thrilled to announce our Beggar’s Wharf Arts Complex has won the 2018 A|N Best of Design Award in the Unbuilt Cultural category AND our Community Innovation Campus here in Brooklyn has been awarded Honorable Mention in the Unbuilt Educational category!! We are honored to be in such distinguished company, wish to congratulate all the winners and wish to humbly thank Architect’s Newspaper and the jurors. These awards are a testament to collaborative, big thinking between designers and municipalities, community leaders and educators as well as to the @pubarch 1+ program and the power of pro bono. Now we have to get these two projects built!! We invite you to check out these projects and more on our new website tenonearch.com!

“Beggars CAN be Choosers: 2018 Best of Design Awards winners for Unbuilt – Cultural” Architect’s Newspaper December 2018

“Beggars CAN be Choosers: 2018 Best of Design Awards winners for Unbuilt – Cultural” Architect’s Newspaper December 2018