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  • Jun 05, 2009
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  • May 29, 2009
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Today Urban Re:Vision announced three finalists for what might become the most sustainable city block in America. Situated in the heart of Dallas three teams were selected from hundreds of entries as part of the

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • May 27, 2009
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"In 1999 the fighting in Kosovo was at a peak and tens of thousands of refugees were fleeing. Their prospects looked grim. Cameron Sinclair was then an architect in our office and he asked a simple question, “What can architects do to ease this misery?” Then he answered it, “Not much really, but they can design." So began an architectural call for ideas from around the world on how to build temporary refugee housing. It was also the beginning of Architecture For Humanity."

- Charles Lauster, President Charles Lauster Architect, P.C.
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In celebration of our tenth anniversary, Architecture for Humanity is embarking on a fundraising campaign to support our chapters, grow the Open Architecture Network and bring critical design services to more communities in need. With your support, we can harness the power of the last ten years to make an even greater impact in the next ten years. Join us.

Donate $10 a month and help us bring good design to communities in need for another 10 years.
  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • May 27, 2009
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Architecture for Humanity and Nike are proud to announce the first recipient of the GAMECHANGERS funding to Skateistan, based in Kabul, Afghanistan.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • May 19, 2009
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To celebrate our 10th anniversary, Rickshaw Bagworks is offering limited edition commuter bags featuring handwoven fabric from Lulan Artisans. To order, visit www.rickshawbags.com. Place your order for a black Commuter (Skinny, Small or Medium) and/or black Moleskine Folio, and note your fabric choice in the "Comments" box during checkout. A portion of your purchase is donated directly to Architecture For Humanity.

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