Humanitarian Architecture

Author: Esther Charlesworth
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317690796
Size: 38.26 MB
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This book documents and analyses the expanding role for architects in designing projects for communities after the event of a natural disaster.

Shigeru Ban

Author: Heidi Zuckerman Jacobson
ISBN: 9781938922534
Size: 71.33 MB
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His works have restored shelter and gathering places, offering comfort, protection and dignity to stricken communities around the world. This important volume is the first book-length study to collect, catalogue and examine these works.

Design Like You Give A Damn

Author: Architecture for Humanity (Organization)
ISBN: 9781933045252
Size: 23.20 MB
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Citing a harrowing lack of adequate shelter and utilities for nearly half the planet's population, a compendium of innovative architectural projects from around the world features more than 80 ideas designed to address specific urgent needs ...

Ground Rules In Humanitarian Design

Author: Alice Min Soo Chun
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 111836144X
Size: 41.27 MB
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Richly illustrated, this guide combines graphic documentation of projects, maps, and data-tracking developments from Asia, Africa, and the Americas to underscore the complexities of this emerging and evolving field.

Design Like You Give A Damn

Author: Cameron Sinclair
ISBN: 9780500342190
Size: 73.27 MB
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The first book to bring the best of humanitarian architecture and design to the printed page, Design Like You Give a Damn offers a history of the movement toward socially conscious design, and showcases more than 80 contemporary solutions ...

The Humanitarian Enterprise

Author: Larry Minear
Publisher: Kumarian Press
ISBN: 1565491491
Size: 37.60 MB
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Larry Minear uncovers what international humanitarians--including the UN, national governments, the Red Cross, and many private relief and development agencies--have learned about performing humanitarian work well, and the arguments that ...