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  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Apr 07, 2013
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Location: Republique Democratique du Congo

Début: Mai 2013

Type: Design Fellow (Poste d'indépendant)

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Apr 05, 2013
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Friends at Architecture for Humanity and Football for Hope:

Today funeral services are held for Nathan Jones, who recently passed away of complications arising from malaria while serving his design fellowship with Architecture for Humanity supporting the Football for Hope program. His family shared the eulogy below.

If you are based in San Francisco, please join us this afternoon (Friday) for an informal service leaving at 3:30 from our offices and walking to a nearby church. His family, friends and colleagues on the Football for Hope team have asked that you support a fund created in Nathan's name rather than buying flowers.

I know many of his colleagues are saddened they will not be able to attend the services in person. Nathan's family thanks you all for your support and kind words these last few weeks.

Kate Stohr

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Apr 05, 2013
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The San Francisco Chapter held their monthly chapter meeting Wednesday night at 695 Minna in SOMA (@AFH_HQ).

On the agenda was a recap of Structures for Inclusion; project updates; announcements on resiliency and the upcoming AIA Architecture and the City festival; and a note to young practitioners on calling yourself an architect. Through the meeting you got a palpable sense of momentum with this team of young designers - and hope to see all their current efforts get built and help improve communities.

Twenty people showed up for this meeting - about half of them coming for the first time, from all corners of the design world, curious about that Architecture for Humanity was up to in and around SF, and eager to get involved.

Following is a recap of the meeting and the variety of projects the Chapter is currently engaged with.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Apr 04, 2013
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Tohoku Newsletter Banner April 2013

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Apr 01, 2013
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Many of us believe that our schools should be healthy, high performing and inspiring learning environments, ripe with opportunities for future leaders. Architecture for Humanity and our partners at the Center for Green Schools at the U.S.

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