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  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Feb 16, 2013
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Construction on the Phase One classroom building continues at "College Coeur Immacule de Marie" the all-girls school in Bois Verna, a historic neighborhood of Port au Prince. The design and construction team plans to lead a tour of the building site with the students and teachers who have been very curious about what is going on behind the construction fence. We will show them the massive rebar work going inside the concrete. The foundation is almost completed. This project alone stimulated the recovery of about 25 construction jobs. See below...

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Feb 15, 2013
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Seven communities in seven countries in Europe and Latin America are partnering with us to strengthen local arts, crafts and health through architecture. In celebration of the February 14th and our mutual love of architecture we are pleased to present our partnership with Enel Cuore. Please join us in recognizing the powerful social impact of the architecture we love. Learn more about the places we've left our heart this February.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Feb 14, 2013
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For no particular reason at all on this particular day of February 14, we here in Cape Town are feeling a little sentimental.

We'd like to take a moment to celebrate our love for building in Africa where our commitment to Football for Hope began in 2008. It was love at first sight. Architecture meets health promotion meets peace building meets anti-discrimination meets football. A baby was born and we couldn't be more proud to see how she's grown over the years.

Here's a little album we put together to capture some of those special moments, and our love, while building on a continent that can't be summed up in one word. Africa.

アーキテクチャー・フォー・ヒューマニティは帰心の会による「釜石みんなのひろば」にデザインと建設費の支援しこのプロジェクトにおいて協同することになりました。この支援はナイキからの義援金によってまかなわれます。

Architecture for Humanity award the design and construction grant to "Park for All in Kamaishi" submitted by KYSIN-no-kai, and work together on the project. This grant is sponsored by Nike to reconstruct a sports facility in the affected area of Tohoku.

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