Andrew Goodwin's passion includes writing and advocating for humanitarian design throughout the world. He has a specialization in impact design for social change, and he not only designs and consults on impact design but he also teaches and speaks on it anywhere he can.
Andrew Goodwin Designs is set up so that portions of profit from every project helps to subsidize pro-bono services for non-profits needing design assistance. Recent humanitarian design projects include: the Sunzu Village Library in Northern Province Rwanda; a health clinic and vocational school in Nouakchoot, Mauritania; the masterplan of an orphanage in Tanzania; and interior designs for a rural micro-financing organization in India.
Andrew Goodwin also serves as the Director of Architecture for Journeyman International, where he provides oversight, education, and encouragement for their undergraduate programs.