The Cherokee people have persevered through triumph and tragedy—an incredible story of betrayal, survival and reestablishment. Project Resound was asked to help carry on this legacy by creating designs that further the Cherokee Historical Association’s mission to “perpetuate and preserve the history and culture of the Cherokee People.”
This year we visited Rio de Janeiro, where we were enchanted with a spectacular landscape that includes world famous beaches, mountains and monuments, but most of all—we enjoyed meeting the free-spirited Cariocas, our Brazilian friends!
In this climatically diverse region we found beautiful colonial cities, active volcanoes and local farmers growing some of the world’s finest coffee. Here we partnered with the wonderful professors and design students of the Universidad del Istmo (UNIS).
This was the first Project Resound held outside of the US. We were a design team within a larger team from Savannah's Community Bible Church. Together we headed to Nagarote, Nicaragua to do good works.
During a 2-day design challenge in Allendale, South Carolina we found a place poor in funds, yet rich in spirit.