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  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Aug 24, 2012
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Venice, Baby

Between the Venice Biennale, a burgeoning response in the Philippines and our upcoming humanitarian design conference, we've been keeping busy. Check out the details below and please join us!

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Aug 24, 2012
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It's difficult some times to related the experience of the Design Fellow. Oliver Kienzi, working on the Kalebuka Football for Hope Centre in Lubumbashi, DR Congo, sheds light on his day-to-day–familiar circumstances for anyone designing architecture in the more technologically-inaccessible corners of the world.

Hats off to our design fellows for doing what they do - some sort of design superheros with laptops and tolerances for humidity, brownouts, and the occasional two-hour bus ride to a cancelled meeting. Design for humanity: easier said than done.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Aug 23, 2012
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Healing and Education: through the arts

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Aug 22, 2012
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How can designers offer youth a chance to participate in community change? In what ways can youth contribute, and what is the potential impact?

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Aug 22, 2012
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On August 7, the Association of Defense Communities Annual Conference in Monterey was buzzing with conversation and questions about future phases of the federal Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC). Dozens of American military bases hang on a determination from Congress whether or not to shut down–decisions that will affect the lives of tens of thousands of servicemen and women, and the neighboring communities supporting them.

Architecture for Humanity has joined the conversation.

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