New York Times Covers Architect Nathaniel Corum

New York Times Covers Architect Nathaniel Corum

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Aug 02, 2010
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This weekend The New York Times profiled our nomadic architect and planner Nathaniel Corum. Nathaniel has not only worked hand in hand with Native American communities but has worked on projects in Morocco, Haiti and across the Pacific Rim.

Nathaniel has been leading our educational outreach programs for the past few years and is currently developing a multi-university studio focused on indigenous lands. We are happy to see the Times caught on to what we already knew, Nathaniel is a great guy and a visionary designer.

Prior Studios run by Nathaniel;

Container Studio (2008)

Pre-Fab Core Studio (2009)

Pac Rim Studio (2010)