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  • Architecture Love Cards 2013

    Architecture Love Cards 2013

    (As featured on ArchDaily, Architizer, Curbed, and Unbeige!) Hi everybody It’s the loveliest time of year again – and we wanted to offer a little token of our appreciation for your support. For this Valentine’s day we’ve made a series of architecture love cards that you can share with your friends and close ones this season. These are just

  • 2012 Midwest Tornadoes Recovery

    2012 Midwest Tornadoes Recovery

    Early on February 29, storms through the Midwest spawned tornadoes killing twelve and destroying more than 200 homes and businesses. If you are an architect in the area and are interested in getting involved, please let us know. If you’d like to make a donation to help support families rebuild, we invite you to make a donation

  • Go Skateboarding Day in Kabul

    Go Skateboarding Day in Kabul

    Skateistan is pleased to announce that we’re organizing the 2nd annual International Go Skateboarding Day (GSD) in Kabul event this year on June 21st. The team will be skateboarding through the streets from Mekroyan fountain, where the organization was born, to the Skateistan park that was completed late last year (with support from Architecture for Humanity). At

  • Haiti Rebuilding Center

    Haiti Rebuilding Center

    The Haiti Rebuilding Center run by Architecture for Humanity works on long-term reconstruction projects in Haiti and coordinates the work with professionals, educational institutions and other organizations. The Rebuilding Center is a one-stop shop for design and construction services, professional training, consumer awareness, professional referrals and construction bid opportunities. Our long-term reconstruction plan outlines how the Center will transfer

  • Haiti Quake Appeal: Reconstruction Plan Update

    A number of you have been asking about the nature of our response. While it is still early, taking lessons from the work in Bam, after the Tsunami and on the Gulf Coast, here is our current plan. 1) Fundraise We’re going to start by fundraising. We do need donations to get rolling. 2) Create a central base Send

  • Design Like You Give a Damn: LIVE

    Designing for a more resilient world Natural disasters are intensifying, displacing 26 million people worldwide each year. Leading environmental groups predict that by 2050 the number of climate change refugees will increase five fold. Coupled with population shocks from increasing migration, urbanization and conflict as well as changing health patterns, the result is a silent



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