[UN]Built & [UN]Broken: We see a Resilient City. What do you see?
Saturday, September 7, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 10:30 PM (PDT)
Panel Discussion + Interactive Design Session
6:30 - 8:30pm (check in at 6:15)
Hosted with Crowdbrite & Neighborhood Empowerment Network
1190 Howard Street (8th & Howard)
$5 suggested donation
Exhibition Opening + Reception
8:30 - 10:30pm
Hosted at Architecture for Humanity Headquarters
695 Minna Street (8th & Minna)
$5 suggested donation (free for panel discussion guests)
Gallery Exhibition runs from September 1st-October 1st (Saturdays Only)
When & Where
Architecture for Humanity - San Francisco Chapter + NEN + Crowdbrite
Architecture for Humanity San Francisco believes access to quality design is a right. We practice design activism by working collaboratively to engage individuals, non-profits, business and government to provide strategies and solutions for the built environment that become assets for the built environment.
We believe that good design empowers communities and raises the quality of life regardless of age, race gender, or economic status.
We believe in a community based approach that utilizes appropriate design solutions and technologies which engage the local priorities, climate, culture, and economics.