Architecture for Humanity - SF
Wednesday, May 05, 2004
TIME TO PARTY !
Cameron Sinclair, founder of AFH, is making a West Coast swing for a couple of events the end of this month, one of which will result in the official announcement of the organization’s next design competition at an event hosted at Foreign Cinema. Here is a recent newsletter detailing those engagements and some of AFH’s other current events. Check it out.
Better though is that Cameron is going to be hosting an AFH.SF Meetup Party! at his hotel. Thanks to Sarah Manning for inspiring this. It will be a great opportunity for everyone to meet Cameron and other scattered members of our local chapter, as well as introduce new people who may want to get more involved here in the Bay Area. I am sure Cameron will have lots to tell about the org's development, and help us to strategize about our goals and efforts, as well as learn about the NY chapter's recent progress and approach. Please RSVP with Cameron if you plan to attend (email@example.com). Any other questions contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org).
AFH.SF Meetup Party with Cameron Sinclair
Tuesday May 25th at 8:00 PM
the Marriott Hotel on 4th street.
(more details to follow)
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As I have been super busy, I cannot abbreviate these news items for you but these articles are all esssential reading.
D E S I G N
Taking on big issues, not just buildings - An architect strives to put roofs over refugees (Matthew Jelacic)
Designing spaces, connecting lives - Architect honored for his impact on urban landscape (Walter Hood)
Green Tent Design competition
The challenge: Design an environmentally sustainable camping shelter for use in the Mojave Desert in and around Joshua Tree National Park. We are looking for innovative ideas inspired by Southern California's 'green' lifestyle. Please explore nature, culture and experience.
H O M E L E S S N E S S
San Francisco top priority for federal homeless czar
Supportive housing -- 1st U.S. fund in works
State appellate judges OK SF's Care Not Cash initiative
It takes a village, with housing
Newsom starts plan to house the homeless
Mayor lends support for Bush homeless plan
Homeless service providers weight in on Ten Year Chronic Homelessness Planning (Chance Martin)
Editorial: Winners, Losers in Care not Cash Ruling
All about housing
S F N E W S
Quake damage study coming off the shelf
November ballot measure would include aid for city's poorest and help with down payments
Public Housing Gets A New, Improved Look
Affordable Housing Gets A Boost From New Fund