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  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Jul 15, 2013
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A regeneration of neglected urban space, San Francisco's 1 Burrows St. Pocket Park grew out of the efforts of one ambitious architect, a neighborhood association, and an enthusiastic Mayor's office to become a pilot intervention for a new city initiative.

The park has been years in the making, an uphill push against jurisdictional gray areas and red tape. At last the first phase will have its ribbon cutting, and the backing for a Second Phase augmenting its public services, art and connectivity.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Jul 11, 2013
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On June 22nd the community of Tarrafal, Cape Verde, gathered to dedicate the Tarrafal Football for Hope Center.

The weather was warm, with a pleasant breeze, and Cape Verde’s constant clouds cleared up to reveal a brilliant blue sky - a welcome, unexpected attendee. With a day full of football and food, the happiness was contagious--celebrations lasted well into the night! Congratulations to our hard working Design Fellows: Ana Reis and Ana Ramos, to our local partner Delta Cultura Cabo Verde, and the rest of the project team.

Read on for the full report, brought to us, with images, by Design Fellow Ana Ramos.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Jul 11, 2013
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On June 28th, all the work on the fence of Kitakami market have completed. Boards are fitted on both sides of the fence, a door with simple lock was also installed. Now the kids are protected from falling.
2013年6月28日、北上ウィーアーワンマーケット兼子供ハウスの裏庭にフェンスが完成しました。これで子供たちが安全に遊べる空間ができました。

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