Design Like You Give a Damn: Architectural Reponses to Humanitarian Crises Paperback – 10 Jul 2006
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'Highly informative' --Architecture Today
'Beautifully designed by Thames & Hudson, and a visual pleasure as well as inspiring' --The Architects' Journal
'A manifesto for innovative and sustainable architecture and housing' --Inside Housing
About the Author
Cameron Sinclair and Kate Stohr are co-founders of Architecture for Humanity, a New York-based relief organization dedicated to the belief that innovative, sustainable and collaborative design can make a real difference to communities in need.
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This book has really helped me in deciding what I want to do when I qualify as an Architect. It has also helped me in deciding what kind of Architect I want to be and how I want to design my buildings. There are also some great case studies in this book.
Definitely worth a read if you are studying architecture/ are interested in architecture!
The subject is about humanitarian and extreme architecture and the way design can in simple actitudes change the global view and the changes we are enter in , in a planetarian scale.