We help mission driven people, companies, and organizations transform spaces, places, and systems.
FORM Coalition is an architecture & design practice specializing in the neighborhood scale. We help people build the world they want to live in by engaging design thinking and community-driven processes.
Like slow food and slow fashion, our process is deliberate and considered, with an emphasis on authenticity and shared values. We work with clients using a transparent and thoughtful process that always holds the big picture in mind.
We take a place-based approach, no matter where we work. We look for local collaborators, build lasting relationships, support grassroots efforts, and make decisions based on the long-term impact on communities and people. We love working with people who are invested in their place.
People know what they need--it's our job to draw that out. We solicit input from a variety of voices, and make space for those voices to be heard. We are open to solutions from unlikely places. We expect to be surprised.
Jodi Dubyoski, NCARB
FORM Coalition is led by Jodi Dubyoski. Jodi is an architect and researcher with more than a decade of experience in the community design space. She has a masters of Architecture and a Graduate Certificate in Public Interest Design from Portland State University, where she served as a Graduate Assistant and a Student Fellow at the Center for Public Interest Design. She also holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Virginia Tech and is a licensed architect in Oklahoma and Virginia.