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What We Do / view all (12)

... members to build beautiful and livable structures for people in need. We found a solution in the classic principle of “the ... human eye, it appears in nature, music, art, and classic architecture such as the Greek Parthenon. Evoking the building blocks of ...

... In practical terms, we were making it as easy as possible for an architect in Chicago to team up with an engineer in Bangkok so they ... Open to the possibilities The new site—the Open Architecture Network—connects design professionals across the globe. It was ...

A memorable identity Once Upon A School needed a memorable identity that showcased the site’s purpose: literacy and storytelling. The identity would capture the spirit of storytelling in all its forms—spellbinding stories, inspiring stories, and pa ...

Who We Are

... practitioner in the then-nascent fields of information architecture and design. Her experience led to work as co-author and designer ... books including Elements of Web Design , a guide for print designers crossing over to the Web, and Web Design Essentials . ...

... SFMOMA, Dwell, YMCA, eBay, California Academy of Sciences, Architecture for Humanity, Cisco, SRI International, and Gap. In addition to leading the ...

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... a TED prize in 2006, Cameron Sinclair, co-founder of Architecture for Humanity , wished “to create a community that actively embraces open ...

Nov 01, 2006

From our friends Cameron Sinclair and Kate Stohr from Architecture for Humanity: Please help by nominating the project and tell all your ...

Aug 21, 2008

The Open Architecture Network (OAN) was unveiled at the TED 2007 conference. Hot ... our team,” says Kate Stohr, co-founder of Architecture for Humanity, the non-profit organization that won the TED Prize.“Their design ...

Mar 01, 2007