Why the new Do-It-Together architecture has radical potential
Tuesday 12 January 2021
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Around the world, a new generation of architects are challenging “business-as-usual” and bringing change to populations who had formerly no access to their professional services. This article is the first in a series to introduce this new practice that brings transactional client relations into more profound, trust-based collaborations. We call it Do-It-Together architecture.

建築,重新定義
Monday 30 November 2020
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「我們想重新去定義建築,還有它在這個時代對於人的意義。」本著這樣的初衷,Rob Breed 和羅璋芳離開建築設計的本行,於2011年創立Architecture in Development平台,致力推廣「協力營造」


Upgrading the AID website
Thursday 13 February 2020
*contributed by Architecture in Development

The preparation of our new website and challenge event is in full swing!!

 

Architecture of social change
Sunday 24 March 2019
*contributed by Architecture in Development

Can architecture strengthen the ties between the people and their environment, and bring about positive social change? BLF’s Farmers Innovation Center project tests this premise throughout its conception, design, execution and use.

How many community building projects are carried out per year?
Friday 7 December 2018
*contributed by Architecture in Development

How many community building projects are happening, world-wide, per year? How many people and organisations are working in this field? And what difference have these community projects made?

Survey results on AiD and the challenges facing grassroots initiative
Wednesday 24 January 2018
*contributed by Architecture in Development

To better understand how to make our platform really work for you, we have recently invited you to share thoughts and wishes about AiD and grassroots practice. Follow the link to see the survey results and a selection of inspiring comments from your peers.

Interview the architects of INSIDEOUT EARTH SCHOOL
Friday 10 November 2017
*contributed by Architecture in Development

A team of young volunteers led by architects Andrea Tabocchini and Francesca Vittorini built a school prototype in Yeboahkrom, a rural village in Ghana. In this interview, the two architects reveal the challenges they faced and other valuable lessons learned throughout the development process.

Tips and tools for #FutureArchitects
Wednesday 1 March 2017
*contributed by Architecture in Development

What kind of architect will you be in 2020? We have invited our community of young professionals and practitioners to participate in a survey and share their vision. Check the intriguing results and tips from your peers!

 

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