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  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Jun 25, 2012
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Hey there Sketchfans - in the event you wanted to peruse the Charity Auction's contributions from the comfort of our website, we've placed here an interactive thumbnail directory of all of the pieces up for bid.

(If you can't find your artist / architect in this field of amazingness, they're listed alphabetically at bottom)

Enjoy!

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Jun 25, 2012
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The 4th annual "SAU exhibition" was held in Sendai Mediatheque from June 21st to 24th. Eight local architects including architect Fumihiko Sasaki, who is the architect on record for the Kitakami "We Are One" Market and Youth Center. Mr.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Jun 20, 2012
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In Tohoku, many reconstruction projects are happening right now. Everybody is busy! It took Tumugiya members almost 3 months to find a contractor. We hired a contractor from Tsukuba in Ibaraki Prefecture. Then finally we broke ground on June 15, 2012, and Oshika House's construction has begun.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Jun 20, 2012
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It's been a busy building season for team Gamechangers, and game is officially on. All over the globe, they're laying foundations for programs that, through sport, influence positive social change for individuals and communities. The momentum is infectious.

Under the Manhattan Bridge in New York City, builders and community partners are ramping up to celebrate Go Skateboarding Day on June 21 at the improved Coleman Oval Park. If you're in the vicinity and can weather the 100 degree temps, join us, thousands of skate enthusiasts, and...well, we can't tell you who else. But it's sure to be pro-tastically awesome.

  • by Architecture for Humanity
  • Jun 18, 2012
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For her Mundus Urbano masters program in Barcelona, Nazanin Mehregan spent three months studying and working on Architecture for Humanity’s urban design projects in Port-au-Prince. Specifically Nazanin worked with the Villa Rosa community engagement team on an ambitious community-led urban redevelopment program. Now back in Spain with some free time on her hands, Nazanin shares with Headquarters the impressive scale of collaborative work now helping this informal urban neighborhood of 10,000 recover public space and sustainable housing.

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