Inscape Publico is a 501(c)(3) architecture firm whose mission is to provide affordable professional architecture services to other nonprofits and the people they serve. Though we collaborate with organizations across nonprofits sectors, including health and human services, education, arts and culture, and international development, our primary focus is to support nonprofits that are providing services to underserved populations in our local communities. We believe nonprofits deserve access to professional architecture services, thereby allowing them to leverage the power of design to increase the impact of their organizations.


Inscape Publico is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit architecture firm founded in 2010 by Gregory Kearley in collaboration with Stefan Schwarzkopf on the belief that architecture can be used as a vehicle to make a positive impact in our local communities and globally.


The growing nonprofit sector needs the services of architects, but with limited funds, they often struggle with the cost of professional design services. When it comes to innovation in business models and taking capital risk, nonprofits are a disadvantaged sector compared to its for-profit counterparts. Though making up a significant part of the economic and social fabric of their communities, nonprofits face enormous difficulties addressing their needs, including the need for professional design services. Inscape Publico offers a creative solution in providing architecture services to nonprofits.


Our nonprofit partners have leveraged Inscape Publico's services to raise millions of dollars to fund their projects, allowing them to better fulfill their missions. The spaces we have designed are inhabited by tens of thousands of individuals. We provide an average of 2,000 hours of pro bono architecture services annually.


Inscape Publico is a Certified SEED Firm. Learn more >

For Nonprofits

If your nonprofit organization could benefit from our Nonprofit Architecture Design Program, we encourage you to contact us to start the conversation. Learn more and submit Letter of Inquiry >

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