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  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Apr 17, 2012
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Je'Nen Chastain is an architecture enthusiast and has experience in architecture nonprofit and chapter management. As a recent volunteer for Architecture for Humanity in San Francisco, Je'Nen contributed her experience and know-how to multiple projects, including the redesign of the library and Chapter develompent. Join Je'Nen in part one of Design Open Mic on April 11 in which she describes the mission of the library and the process by which Architecture for Humanity staff, design fellows, and volunteers from around the world can get the most out of this valuable resource of materials.

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  • Apr 17, 2012
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The space shuttle Discovery may be taking its last flight today (to a museum), but NASA is ever looking forward to the next steps in universal exploration. Oddly (to some), their mission falls right in step with ours: finding innovative technologies and deployment models for sustainable development.

Hence the genesis of the LAUNCH: Beyond Waste Challenge.

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  • Apr 17, 2012
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Over 100 tornadoes touched down last weekend as part of a massive storm system passing through the Midwest.

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  • Apr 17, 2012
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Design meeting discussing the revised design made by the architect was held to our client at Kitakami on 4/16. Another design revision was necessary as the temporary pre-fab market on site had been set into the proposed location. Afterwards, we have visited the temporary market and site measurement was also done.Another design review meeting is expected to be held for approval next week.

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  • Apr 16, 2012
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Under the Manhattan Bridge, a run down skatepark is getting ready for a major facelift in Summer 2012.

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