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  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Jul 09, 2012
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The wisdom and the experience of the [UN]RESTRICTED ACCESS jury members have spoken. After a hard week of voting, during which time jurors had to make tough decisions between the 200 uploaded entries, the semifinalists have finally been determined. Below are the 24 entries that are still in the competition for the 5 winning places. Up to an additional 5 finalists may be displayed at the Venice Biennale this Fall.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Jul 03, 2012
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We just wanted to take a moment to send a huge thank you to all of you who helped support, participated in and bid on our "I Love Architecture" Charity Auction. We'd like to especially thank all of the amazing architects who donated works to the auction. You are why we love architecture!

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Jul 01, 2012
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All stairs are now completed at Akahama temporary housing complex! We still need to put some finishing touch such as a solar-powered lighting on each landing, and add some landscaping around. Finally the residents can safely navigate through the complex, and perhaps have some impromptu social gatherings happening at covered landings. The final photos will be posted here soon!

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Jun 28, 2012
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With all these sketches on the verge of being purchased, we couldn't resist throwing a view party with our compadres at BAR Architects. Kris Jong, Architecture for Humanity project accountant and more-than-modest photography hobbyist, was on hand to capture the event.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Jun 27, 2012
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The American Institute of Architects (AIA) and Architecture for Humanity are pleased to announce the grant recipients for the 2012 Disaster Response Plan Grant. These inspiring proposals are coming not a moment too soon as we continue to see disasters strike.

We look forward to the positive impact these teams' work will have on their home states as they make progress toward safer and more resilient communities.

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