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  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Dec 02, 2013
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The 2013 Pritzker Prize winner and project architect, Toyo Ito visited the site on November 26th to check on the construction progress for Park for All in Kamaishi. 今年、建築界のノーベル賞といわれる「プリツカー賞」を受賞し、釜石みんなのひろばの設計を進めている伊東豊雄建築設計事務所の伊東豊雄さんが11月26日、工事の進捗状況を視察しに現場を訪れました。

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Nov 30, 2013
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Location: HQ - San Francisco, CA
Start Date: January 13, 2014
Type: Studio Volunteer Intern
Application Deadline: Applications reviewed on an ongoing basis

Program Background
Architecture for Humanity's Reconstruction and Resiliency Studio is looking for an enthusiastic team member with experience in grant research and writing.

The Program Assistant Intern will have the opportunity to work with Program Managers and learn about disaster resiliency and reconstruction while developing their skills in business development.

Programs in the Reconstruction and Resiliency studio include the Haiti Reconstruction Program, Japan Rebuilding Program, Hurricane Sandy Reconstruction Program, Rebuild Moore Program, Disaster Resiliency Program, and Typhoon Haiyan response.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Nov 30, 2013
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Designing for a more resilient world! On November 7th Architecture for Humanity held its 4th annual Design like You Give a Danm live Forum in San Francisco at the headquarters. Two members from each office around the world were invited to attend and discuss designing for a more resilient world. 

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Nov 27, 2013
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Last month, we celebrated our favorite and most important part of the design process -- community workshops! Alongside the communities of Toms River and Seaside Heights, the Sandy Team dove into forming ideas and visions that not only repair the damage caused by the devastating hurricane but improve school athletic spaces and create a new events center and improve an iconic boardwalk. With a headful (and notebook full) of ideas, the Sandy team and an entire team of design partners are ready to get started on creating beautiful, resilient, sustainable spaces for these communities to enjoy.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Nov 22, 2013
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The MakiBiz Request for Proposal (RFP) program is supporting the rebuilding of 7 small businesses and entrepreneurs affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011. まきビズでは『よりよい東北を』東日本大震災被災中小企業支援プロジェクトを通じて7つの被災中小企業団体を対象に、再建・復興を支援しています。

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