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  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Feb 11, 2013
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(As featured on ArchDaily, Architizer, Curbed, and Unbeige!)

Hi everybody

It's the loveliest time of year again - and we wanted to offer a little token of our appreciation for your support.

For this Valentine's day we've made a series of architecture love cards that you can share with your friends and close ones this season. These are just a few of the buildings from around the world that made us fall in love with architecture.

By clicking on a card you can share it instantly via your preferred social network or email with a custom message.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Feb 09, 2013
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"Events like these are why I get out of bed in the morning.”
– Amy King, Director, USGBC Leadership Institute

The 3rd annual Design Like You Give a Damn: LIVE! is making its debut this year on the West Coast. We hope you can join us for innovative panel discussions, workshops and 'Design Open Mic' on November 12-13, 2012 in San Francisco. This year's event promises to provide the best programming yet and will qualify AIA members for eight learning unit hours.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Feb 06, 2013
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Tarrafal, Santiago Island, Cape Verde.
January 3rd 2013, 11:00am: the first stone of the Tarrafal Football for Hope Centre is sealed and in the ground.

Kalebuka, Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of Congo.
January 20th, 10:30am: the shovel hits the ground for the first time.

It's official! Two new Football for Hope Centres have broken ground in Africa.

The Football for Hope program has now 8 centres under construction or almost complete.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Feb 05, 2013
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Tohoku Newsletter Banner January 2013

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Jan 31, 2013
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The classroom is a place where students spend their earliest years growing and developing. It’s an environment where kids and teens should be encouraged to discover themselves and their potential as evolving human beings.

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