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  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Aug 30, 2012
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On February 29th, 2012, an early morning tornado killed seven residents of Harrisburg, Illinois, and destroyed 143 homes and several businesses. Preliminarily listed by the National Weather Service as an FE4, the tornado had wind speeds topping at 180 mph.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Aug 30, 2012
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All the resources you need to broadcast the most humanitarian design conference around.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Aug 29, 2012
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(Un)Earthing Tustin team's encounter with local enthusiasm is far from an isolated incident. Ex-base redevelopment presents the kind of mutual benefits communities, designers and cities managing these properties are allowed to discover through the framework of Competition. The hardest part is filling the role of facilitator with an architect aware of the gold in their yard.

At the Venice Biennale, these candidates are being presented in spades. Take a moment perusing our handy "Base Redevelopment Guide" before your big trek to the Palazzo Bembo. (If you're not heading to Venice in the next few months, perhaps the exhibit will come to you...)

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Aug 29, 2012
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Yesterday, Artists for Haiti released a short feature on our work in Haiti – especially Program Manager Darren Gill (in rare, earnest form ;), and Headmaster Wilson D'Or and the students at Collège Mixte Le Bon Berger, Montrouis (the "spectrum school").

Says Mr. D'Or, "Amidst all our students, some may become lawyers, others become doctors or architects that help this country, and the first step is this school."

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Aug 28, 2012
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