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On Stable Ground: Learning Lessons from Eathrquake Recovey Around the Globe

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Nakuru Project

Built with a diverse group from a small Kikuyu community in the rapidly developing agricultural outskirts of Nakuru, Kenya, humanitarian design organization, Orkidstudio, have recently completed a new home which will house local disadvantaged and abandoned children. Challenging the typology of the typical African orphanage where children sleep en mass...

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Aiding the Tenderloin through Design

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Rebuild By Design: Reexamining Resilience

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Needs Beyond Architecture

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Building Trust In Design

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Tactical Doing: How Public Workshop is Growing the Next Generation of Civic Leaders

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Building Dignity in War-Torn Sudan

The story of architect duo Marie and Keith Zawistowski begins with a truckload of 72,000 carpet tiles. They were both 21 years old, and had enrolled in Auburn University’s Rural Studio Outreach Program to study under Professor Samuel “Sambo” Mockbee with four other students.

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La Montee de la “Vague Noire”

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La Revolution du Design

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