October 17 Hiromi Tabei and Garrett Jacobs , Architecture for Humanity, 6:30 pm
Public Lecture Series: October 17 Hiromi Tabei and Garrett Jacobs , Architecture for Humanity, 1st Floor Presentation Space – 6:30
Architecture for Humanity is a nonprofit design services firm founded in 1999. Architecture for Humanity builds a more sustainable future , through the power of professional design., By tapping a network of more than 50, 000 professionals willing to lend time and expertise to help those who would not otherwise be able , to afford their services, Architecture for Humanity is bringing design, construction and development services where they are most critically , needed., Each year 100, 000 people directly benefit from structures designed by Architecture for Humanity. Their advocacy, training and outreach , programs impact an additional 50, 000 people annually. Architecture for Humanity is channeling the resources of the global funding , community to meaningful projects that make a difference locally. From conception to completion, Architecture for Humanity manages all , aspects of the design and construction process. Architecture for Humanity‘s clients include community groups, aid organizations, housing , developers, government agencies, corporate divisions, and foundations., Architecture for Humanity believes that design is important to every aspect of our lives. They stress that design informs the places in which , we live, work, learn, heal and gather. Architecture for Humanity engages all stakeholders in the design process. They believe that their , clients are designers in their own right.