2011 Chapter Report

2011 Chapter Report

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Dec 29, 2011
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The true strength of the Architecture for Humanity eco-system are our chapters. They are working hard every day in cities and towns around the world.

This year was a big shift for us as we moved from affiliate groups to formalized chapters. More importantly our chapters built, designed and instigated some incredible projects around the world.

Our largest number of projects were in the United States, our biggest growth was in Mexico and the most number of building completed was in Pakistan.

Here are just a few projects that they worked on:

Dhaka
Prefabricated Retractable Classroom for Jaago Foundation // Completed
LUKE Water Treatment Plant // Completed

London
Mbale Elephants Rugby Club // Design Development

New York
Art Farm // Completed
Red Hook Vendors Marketplace // Design Development
Park Slope Women's Shelter // Design Development

Bogota
Únete a la acción // Completed

Cincinnati
Findlay Park Urban Farm Shed // Development

San Francisco
West Oakland Health Clinic // Design Development

Atlanta
Oasis Bus Shelter Project // Construction Documentation

Seattle
Wedgwood Hunter Tree Farm Gathering Space // Completed

Chicago
Fresh Foods Mobile Market // Completed
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