On February 7th, Fabberz Lab opened its doors to Architecture for Humanity New York, the local chapter of the international non-profit Architecture for Humanity that specializes in humanitarian design. Each month, Architecture for Humanity New York hosts a Chapter Meeting to welcome returning volunteers and to introduce new members to the organization. Meeting spaces are sponsored by likeminded nonprofits and businesses around the city.
On the agenda for the meeting were several projects including a design-build in Harlem, a mobile yoga studio, and a community design center for New York City. Two competitions – a local “I Love Architecture for Humanity” T-shirt competition and an international re-development design competition – were introduced. The latter project can be found on Architecture for Humanity’s open-source webpage, the Open Architecture Network.
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