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Architecture for Humanity Announces a New Name and a Fresh Start
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Architecture for Humanity Announces a New Name and a Fresh Start

The rebranding effort centers on the nonprofit's commitment to participatory... More

A New Direction and a Sort-of-New Leader for the Architecture for Humanity Chapter Network
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A New Direction and a Sort-of-New Leader for the Architecture for Humanity Chapter Network

Garrett Jacobs, acting chair of the Chapter Network, was unanimously appointed as... More

Julie Hacker, FAIA
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Julie Hacker, FAIA

For architect Julie Hacker working within context substantially enriches... More

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Architecture for Humanity Launches “I Love Architecture” Campaign Architecture for Humanity Launches “I Love Architecture” Campaign

The goal of this project is to boost the profession’s morale, so during the next four months AFH invites anyone who loves architecture—not just architects—to speak out. More

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AIA Encourages Pro Bono Design

The AIA recently partnered with Public Architecture to challenge its member architects and firms to commit a minimum of 1 percent of their time to pro bono services. More

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A Healthy Future A Healthy Future

Inclusiveness is something we do for ourselves. More

Lessons from Haiti
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Lessons from Haiti

Stacey McMahan, the American Institute of Architects U.S. Green Building Council... More

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Young Students Discover New Possibilities With Construction Young Students Discover New Possibilities With Construction

A program in Cincinnati shows at-risk children the benefits of going into the housing industry. More

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Architects Remain Committed to Pro Bono Work

Public Architecture's third annual firm survey finds that architecture firms are developing more strategic approaches to pro bono work. More

an unsentimental education
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an unsentimental education

As an undergraduate at Auburn University in 1994, Jonathan Tate, a white suburban... More

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