Architecture for Humanity: a good way to save the world!

Dear readers, since Architecture for Humanity was founded by Cameron Sinclair in 1999, it has helped more people in need than all “established” centralized aid organizations. The project is one of the biggest, most truly effective ways to assist communities with shelter, communal and transitory building and construction design I have ever seen.

Sinclair won the TED prize of 2006 for his dream and wish to create an OPEN SOURCE Architectural Network. Now they have it. it is called  the Open Architecture Network, and the successor representing project name: Worldchanging.

Please check their website and admire their efforts, they are at Nobel Prize levels! Click on their website logos.

J.M. Silvers G.

5d+ 5dimensions

Erfurt, Germany.

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