About

Kurani finds solutions to the world’s biggest problems, by using architecture.

Our designs improve conditions for education environment immigrants poverty social justice wellness women around the world.

$ 20.2 M

toward social change

14

projects built

7

social issues tackled

6,348

lives improved

Our recent projects have led to improvements in gender and racial equality, mental health, and education.

Black Girls Code
Black Girls Code
Combating social inequity by giving Black girls access to STEM education
Riverbend School
Riverbend School
School in India designed to shift focus onto mental health and wellness
Code Next Lab
Code Next Lab
Empowering Black and Latino kids with a place to learn computer science

When you fund on Kurani, you’re contributing to societal progress.

“world changing ideas”

“have empowered individuals”

“tackle almost every social issue”

Founder

Danish Kurani is a US-based architect and urban designer. By age 13, he was designing recreation centers for children on the streets of Pakistan. Danish went on to study architecture at Harvard and Rice University and work for industry titans.

In 2013, Danish launched Kurani to design solutions for society’s biggest problems. His creations include STEM labs that give inner-city kids learning opportunities, floating houses to protect people during floods, and a rehabilitation center as an alternative to prison.

The OECD, national governments, and Google call Danish for advice on design. His efforts to build a better world have earned him titles of “Agent of Change” by the Centre for Social Innovation, “Young Leader” by the World Cities Summit, and “Generation Change” by Hillary Clinton and the US Government.