Architecture for Humanity - SF
Thursday, March 17, 2005
Don't forget tonight:
Lecture: Designing for the Homeless: Architecture That Works
PMAIA San Francisco, 130 Sutter Street, Suite 600, San Francisco
Sam Davis, author of Designing for the Homeless: Architecture That Works (University of California Press), talks about how to create well-designed places for the homeless and reviews innovative and successful building designs that now serve diverse communities across the United States.
Davis is an architect who has been designing and building affordable housing for thirty years. His book Designing for the Homeless: Architecture That Works argues for safe and functional architectural designs and programs that symbolically reintegrate the homeless into society in buildings that offer beauty, security, and hope to those most in need.
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