Architecture for Humanity

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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

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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

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Oh, the Humanity: Recovering From a Nonprofit's Demise

The bankruptcy of Architecture for Humanity has been demoralizing for many architects and advocates of public-interest architecture. But the profession must carry on. More

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Architecture for Humanity Board of Directors Issues Official Statement on Closure

In its first official announcement since news broke about the non-profit organization filing for bankruptcy, the board confirms that international chapters and U.S.-based volunteer directors will continue Architecture for Humanity's work. More

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Architecture for Humanity Board of Directors Issues Official Statement on Closure

In its first official announcement since news broke about the non-profit organization filing for bankruptcy, the board confirms that international chapters and U.S.-based volunteer directors will continue Architecture for Humanity's work. More

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Architecture for Humanity Files for Bankruptcy

Architecture for Humanity (AFH), the San Francisco–based non-profit organization... More

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Architecture for Humanity Files for Bankruptcy

Though the non-profit organization is closing due to a lack of funding, chapters... More

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Architecture for Humanity Files for Bankruptcy

Though the non-profit organization is closing due to a lack of funding, chapters... More

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Eric Cesal Named Executive Director of Architecture for Humanity

Meet the new executive director of Architecture for Humanity, Eric Cesal. We... More

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Architecture for Humanity Mobilizes Response to Supertyphoon Haiyan

The organization is moving to work with architects in the Philippines to begin recovery efforts following one of the strongest storms in recorded history. More

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