Inspiring video on Michael Murphy's (Social Innovation Fellow 2011) Mass Design Lab's methods of designing for health produced for winning the Curry Stone Prize.

MASS Design was formed while most of its cofounders were still completing their degrees at Harvard’s Graduate School for Design. In 2007, when cofounder Michael Murphy was offered the opportunity to be the first architect to work with the well-respected NGO Partners in Health (PIH), he quickly assembled a team of colleagues and went to Rwanda to design a new hospital in the Burera District. They soon noticed that poorly designed facilities were helping TB and other diseases spread quickly. MASS saw that the design decisions they made could help curb an epidemic.