"Sketchy Support" for I Love Architecture

"Sketchy Support" for I Love Architecture

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Mar 30, 2012
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Since Cameron's call to arms on Valentine's Day 2012, we have received 74 sketches from 65 of the top architects and designers in the world who know that good design is much more than the profession itself. Their contributions for the I Love Architecture Charity Auction will benefit Architecture for Humanity's rebuilding initiatives and to continue to place emerging architects in projects for social good.

Contributors

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Abruzzo Bodziak
Alysia Reiner
Andrew Luck
Andy Bernheimer
Axis Mundi
Ball-Nogues Studio
BAR Architects
Barry Bergdoll | MoMA
Bjarke Ingels | BIG
Chris Bosse | LAVA
Craig Dykers | Snøhetta
Daniel Libeskind
David Adjaye
Dean Kaufman
DJ Spooky
Edwin Chan
Ensamble Studio
Eskew+Dumez+Ripple
Field Architecture
Frank Ching
Frank Gehry
Fumihiko Maki
Gartnerfuglen Arkitekter
HWKN
J. Mayer H.
James Biber
James Monday
Jeanne Gang
Jun Kaneko
Kengo Kuma
Kevin Roche
Marlon Blackwell
MASS Design Group
Matteo Cainer
MATTER
Michael Graves
Michael Van Valkenburgh
Michelle Kaufmann
Mohamed Sharif
Moshe Safdie
Nader Tehrani | NADAAA
Paolo Soleri
Paulo Mendes da Rocha
Patrick Tighe
Paul Madonna
Peter Bohlin
Philippe Rahm
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Project Orange
Renzo Piano
Richard Meier
Richard Rogers
Rita Saikali
Robert Leslie
SHoP Architects
SOFTlab
Stéphane Malka
Stéphane Maupin
Steven Holl
Tod Williams+Billie Tsien
Tom Leader
Toshiko Mori
Yukio Asari
Zoka Zola

Audio Sketching

Architecture is frozen music. There are an exceptional amount of DJ's and Musicians who are friends of Architecture for Humanity. IF someone is game, perhaps we can make an "I Love Architecture" playlist/remix using SoundCloud or some other online distribution system.

In 2011 the following artists rocked out for us: Imogen Heap (twice), Blonde Redhead, Jack Black, Fat Freddys Drop, Tim Finn, The Nudge, Four Tet, Deerhunter, Interpol, Jamie Cullum, KT Tunstall, Amanda Palmer, Ben Folds, Amos Lee and Kaki King.

Who's up for a little '12 audio sketching?