Sarah Kantrowitz is a bioprocess architect helping build factories and other industrial infrastructure for socially and ecologically regenerative processing operations. 

She supports facility operators and project delivery teams in cultivating synthesis between the demands of technical operations and the social life of industrial projects, like equity, sustainability, cooprative ownership and operations, worker quality of life, relationship to place, and somatically-lucrative partnership with the more than human world. 

Recent work includes delivering process architecture for a 300,000SF clean-room blood fractionation plant in Texas, directing design strategy for a cooperative industrial fermentation real estate platform, running a week-long dairy spa for commercial cheese makers in the Italian alps, and hosting a sad dinner party on a dredging barge in the middle of Boston’s Mystic River, overlooking ExxonMobil’s leaking 95- acre oil terminal. 

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