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Hope in Hazelwood: Responding to Injustice through Collaborative, Sustainable Architecture

Hope in Hazelwood: Responding to Injustice through Collaborative, Sustainable Architecture

Pittsburgh’s Hazelwood neighborhood has suffered in recent decades as American manufacturers have sent operations overseas and shuttered their U.S. factories. Pittsburgh, once known for its steel production, has transformed itself in the 21st century into a mecca for technology companies, with Google, Intel, Apple, and IBM siting facilities in the […]

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Pillars of Sustainable Education Gives a Damn!

Pillars of Sustainable Education Gives a Damn!

San Francisco, CA. On Friday, November 8th, representatives from six universities came together from all over the world to swap knowledge and present their work at Design Like You Give a Damn: LIVE!, Architecture for Humanity’s annual humanitarian design conference. From post-disaster ablution facilities in Brazil to high performance façades to green low-carbon […]

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