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  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Nov 24, 2012
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As we are setting up reconstruction offices in New York and New Jersey the creative community continues to help us raise funds for rebuilding affected communities along the eastern seaboard.

On Tuesday November 27th the Bowery Hotel will be transformed into a pop up sample event that will put the Barneys sale to shame. One hundred of the worlds top designers have donated their best threads. From discounted threads from Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney, Alabama Chanin to Theory and Edun will make up 100 racks. Proceeds will be split equally between Architecture for Humanity and Waves For Water.

Fashion Girls For Humanity
Two Day Sample Sale for Sandy at The Bowery Hotel (4 East 3rd St. New York, NY)
Tues Nov 27th 11am to Wed. Nov 28th 7pm
$5 admission / $50 Early admission / Tickets at the door or online
sneak peek via Elle

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Nov 23, 2012
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Happy Thanksgiving! Can you believe it's been another year?

Last year alone, Architecture for Humanity provided places to live, work, learn and heal for 66,000 people in 27 countries. As a Community Builder, you were an important part of making that happen.

At Maeami-hama Community House, a ground-breaking ceremony was held on November 4th, and construction is now moving along smoothly.

11月4日に前網浜コミュニティーハウスで地鎮祭が行われ、工事は順調に進んでいます。

Frequent construction updates on this project can be found on KMDW (the architect of record)'s facebook page (in Japanese only). We will also be providing summarized updates from these posts here, so stay tuned!

前網浜コミュニティーハウスの施行状況を前網浜ベニヤハウスプロジェクトページよりご覧になれます。また、私たちのサイトにも施行状況を載せて行きますのでこちらもご覧下さい。

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Nov 21, 2012
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Ewing, New Jersey, on October 30, 2012. Image by Flickr Creative Commons user Talk Radio News Service


HURRICANE SANDY UPDATE - November 20, 2012

Since Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast three weeks ago, Architecture for Humanity has been on the ground, launching a major response campaign and is identifying long-term reconstruction projects. Read the latest updates below.

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