f2a's business model is social enterprise: we offer competitive service and use sound business practices to access resources, allowing us to focus on the work we believe is most urgent, but not always most lucrative. This is our response to the damage our predominant business model has done to the world. Instead of relentless competition for domination and personal gain, we choose to focus on priceless things: friendship, beauty, art, compassion.

Architecture offers a critical lens on our relationship with nature, thoughtful ways to re-build our habitat, and an integrating vision absent in the age of specialization. As millenials face dwindling opportunities and loss of motivation, we offer a plan b to capitalism.

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