On May 27, an opening event was held for our Park for All in Kamaishi project - a project we managed with the support of Nike Japan.

The winner of Georgia Institute of Technology's micro interior design competition has been announced!

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  • Jun 10, 2014
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As Architecture for Humanity turns fifteen, the organization recommits itself to the vision on which it was founded, while embracing a changing world with evolving humanitarian challenges.

Last week, our Santa Elena de Piedritas School in Peru was selected as one of the 30 winners to be showcased in the Architectural IberoAmerican Biennale (BIAU, Bienal Iberoamericana de Arquitectura y Urbanismo)!

3-ply Cassava starch glue board. In the board glued with cassava starch glue and fewer plies, there was no ply separation. However, it was moldy and damp to the touch.

The material research at the University of São Paulo, which began with a workshop, is now in the monitoring phase – evaluating how the banana tree fiber boards have held up