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  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Jul 10, 2013
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Students, their families and friends gathered excitedly last week at the site of the Santa Elena de Piedritas School in Talara, Peru, to celebrate the groundbreaking of the new school building. The project is the first of seven making up the Enel Cuore Community Empowerment Program to break ground, representing the culmination of more than a year of hard work by community members, Design Fellows, local partners, Enel Cuore and Architecture for Humanity.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Jul 01, 2013
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Hello from Talara, Perú! I want to share with you this video taken just before finishing the model-making workshop with the students of the Santa Elena de Piedritas school in Talara.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Jun 29, 2013
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Tucked away in a corner of the world where orcs, elves and sheep peacefully coexist (we assume), the Auckland, New Zealand, chapter has been since 2007 operating with a local, cultural focus - and an eye to global collaboration.

To close out I Love Architecture 2013, this week's feature comes straight from the source - read on for chapter member Bobby Shen's musings on global connectivity, despite geography, and Auckland Chapter's piece in the puzzle.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Jun 28, 2013
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When Sandy struck the Eastern Seaboard last October, the fate of the New York Chapter's recently-awarded disaster plan grant was immediately diverted from a mission of preparation. New York Chapter Managing Director Jennifer Dunn, AIA, LEED AP, reflects on how local design volunteers worked with Headquarters to engage and assess communities, and develop plans to rebuild stronger.

By Jennifer Dunn. Article originally appeared in the Chapters Quarterly - Spring 2013

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