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Building Change : Community Driven Architecture
 

Building Change : Community Driven Architecture

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Presented at 2013 Nexus Youth Summit at the United Nations on July 26. 2013

Presented at 2013 Nexus Youth Summit at the United Nations on July 26. 2013

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    Building Change : Community Driven Architecture Building Change : Community Driven Architecture Presentation Transcript

    • Building Change : Community Driven Architecture
    • What Do You See?
    • architectureforhumanity ARCHITECTURE FOR HUMANITY - ABOUT US Architecture for Humanity provides architecture, planning and construction services to communities most in need. About Us By utilizing the power of design we improve living standards and help underserved communities attract future investment. We manage all aspects of the design and construction process, from conception to completion, with the aim of building a more sustainable future for all. Total Impact Since 1999 we have helped to build structures and places to live, learn, heal and play for more than 2.1 Million people in 47 countries around the world. Currently we are building in 27 countries including working on long-term reconstruction in post-disaster communities in Haiti, Japan and the US. 2.1M 47
    • architectureforhumanity ARCHITECTURE FOR HUMANITY - SCALE Our Global Network Over 35,000 design and construction professionals and an additional 150,000+ in our global network. We have a full time staff of 35 and over 60 building professionals on pro-bono design fellowships. Our Local Chapters We have 63 city based chapters in more than 12 countries. Each chapter is made up of volunteer architecture, engineering, landscape and building professionals dedicated to shaping and improving the local environment. Our New York Chapter is our largest with over 800 members. Collectively we are the largest architecture firm in the world. 35K 63 cities
    • architectureforhumanity ARCHITECTURE FOR HUMANITY - SCOPE OF WORK In 2013, Architecture for Humanity is working in 27 countries rebuilding lives affected by natural disaster, war, blight and neglect.
    • architectureforhumanity THERE ARE A MILLION IDEAS TO CHANGE THE WORLD. UNLESS YOU BUILD IT, IT DOESN’T MATTER.
    • architectureforhumanity A Dedicated Multi-disciplinary Team of Building Professionals
    • architectureforhumanity Provide Professional Design Services
    • architectureforhumanity Build For Communities in Need
    • architectureforhumanity Designing for the future not the present
    • architectureforhumanity Focus on Social and Economic Change While Protecting Cultural Heritage
    • architectureforhumanity Embed Architects and Construction Managers Within the Community
    • architectureforhumanity Partner With Locally Licensed Professionals
    • architectureforhumanity Engage Communities As Partners. Listen, Learn and Design Together
    • architectureforhumanity Create Opportunity By Supporting Local Construction Trade Jobs
    • architectureforhumanity Integrate local crafts and arts within the building
    • architectureforhumanity Strengthen Community Resiliency Through Capacity Building
    • architectureforhumanity The Stay Through // Transfer of ownership to local community leaders and building professionals.
    • Selected Projects 2010-13
    • architectureforhumanity Access to Education // Ceverine School, Ceverine, Haiti
    • architectureforhumanity Access to Education // College Mixte Le Bon Berger, Montious, Haiti
    • architectureforhumanity Access to Education // Ecole La Dignite, Jacmel, Haiti
    • architectureforhumanity Access to Education // Ecole Elie Dubois, Port au Prince, Haiti
    • architectureforhumanity Access to Education // Francisco Perez Anampa School, Ica, Peru
    • architectureforhumanity Access to Education // Maria Auxiliadora School, Ica, Peru
    • architectureforhumanity Access to Education // Classrooms for Migrant Children, Shanghai, China Shanghai
    • architectureforhumanity Access to Education // Prefabricated Retractable Classrooms, Dhaka, Bangladesh Dhaka
    • architectureforhumanity Youth Facilities // Appropriate Technology Construction Training & FFH Center // Mozambique
    • architectureforhumanity Youth Facilities // Santa Cruz, Brazil
    • architectureforhumanity Youth Facilities // Skatistan, Kabul, Afghanistan
    • architectureforhumanity Youth Facilities // Mahiga, Kenya // $75,000
    • architectureforhumanity Youth Facilities // Mahiga, Kenya // $75,000
    • architectureforhumanity Youth Facilities // Motoyoshi, Japan // $89,000
    • architectureforhumanity Youth Facilities // Motoyoshi, Japan // $89,000
    • architectureforhumanity Youth Facilities // Oaxaca, Mexico // $25,000
    • architectureforhumanity Youth Facilities // Shinzugawa, Japan // $15,000
    • architectureforhumanity Youth Facilities // 20 Sites in 15 Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa // $120,000-240,000
    • architectureforhumanity Youth Facilities // 20 Sites in 15 Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa // $120,000-240,000
    • architectureforhumanity Youth Facilities // 20 Sites in 15 Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa // $120,000-240,000
    • architectureforhumanity Youth Facilities // 20 Sites in 15 Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa // $120,000-240,000
    • architectureforhumanity Youth Facilities // 20 Sites in 15 Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa // $120,000-240,000
    • architectureforhumanity Empowering Economic Sustinability // BANGLADESH // $300
    • architectureforhumanity Empowering Economic Sustinability // INDIA // $6,500
    • architectureforhumanity Empowering Economic Sustinability // Hikado community market, Motoyoshi, Japan // $10,000
    • architectureforhumanity Empowering Economic Sustinability // “We Are One” Kitakami Market and Childcare, Ishinomaki, Japan
    • architectureforhumanity Empowering Economic Sustinability // Maeami-hama Banya and Community House, Japan
    • architectureforhumanity Empowering Economic Sustinability // Maeami-hama Banya and Community House, Japan
    • architectureforhumanity Empowering Economic Sustinability // 15 Guys Oysters, Shinzugawa Banya, Japan
    • architectureforhumanity Empowering Economic Sustinability // 15 Guys Oysters, Shinzugawa Banya, Japan
    • architectureforhumanity SHIZUGAWA BANYA Shizugawa, Minamisanriku-cho Empowering Economic Sustinability // 15 Guys Oysters, Shinzugawa Banya, Japan
    • architectureforhumanity Urban Acupuncture // Guatemala City, Guatemala // $2,500
    • architectureforhumanity Urban Acupuncture // Coleman Oval, NYC, USA // $400,000
    • architectureforhumanity Affordable Healthcare // INDIA // $7,500
    • architectureforhumanity TribalNations Off Grid Elder Housing for Tribal Nations Dignified Shelter // Hopi and Havajo Nations // $55,000
    • architectureforhumanity Active Cities // Fresh Foods Mobile Market, Chicago, USA Chicago
    • architectureforhumanity Dignified Housing // Port au Prince, Haiti // Habitat for Humanity, Cortaid, UN Habitat, IOM and CHF
    • architectureforhumanity Urban Acupuncture // Port au Prince, Haiti //Nike, Cortaid, UN Habitat, IOM and CHF
    • architectureforhumanity Resilient Communities // Port au Prince, Haiti // Nike, Cortaid, UN Habitat, IOM and CHF
    • Cameron Sinclair // co-founder, architecture for humanity cameron@architectureforhumanity.org +1 646 765 0906