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It has been devastating to watch the waters rise and sweep away whole villages in Pakistan. With over 20 Million people affected the question is not should we respond but how? While we have been heavily involved in the rebuilding in Haiti, thanks to our local Karachi chapter, we have the capacity to respond to the post-flood regions of Pakistan. They will be our lead team for the reconstruction work ahead.

It is our mission to make sure that we are building back better but also in a sustainable manner, not just environmentally but economically too. Below is our three point plan that will evolve as funding becomes available.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Aug 28, 2010
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Typically you can describe a simple, two-room school house in maybe two dozen "sheets." These sheets would include drawings and specifications of: site, floor and ceiling plans; interior and exterior elevations; electrical, plumbing and material specs; window and door schedules; SECTIONS; and a s

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Aug 27, 2010
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Today marks the six month anniversary since the 8.8 earthquake which struck Chile. We are humbled by the ability to be a small part of the recovery effort. Thanks to our partnership with Nike we are funding the building of an community sports, education and technology center in Talca.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Aug 26, 2010
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David Thrasher isn't a man of many words–unless you mention LeBron. When David's not volunteering in Haiti he's in a Masters of Architecture program at Ohio State University.

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