Because of the risk of rain, even though right now is beautiful, we'll be changing our location from Trinity Bellwoods Park to, Creation Lab @ 720 Bathurst Street. Please find us in the Neville Austin Studio (suite #402).
7:00pm - 8:30pm (ish)
Any problems finding us, please call Ashley: 416 319 9169
See you there!!
Are you interested in learning more about our organization, our projects and volunteer opportunities? Please join us for our monthly chapter meetings which take place on the first Tuesday of every month. The chapter meetings are where we will discuss current work, meet prospective volunteers and answer any of your questions.
It's the final countdown to registration! Be sure to register your design team by August 1st for a chance to win some great prizes and help support Architecture for Humanity - Seattle & Architects Without Borders - Seattle. All you need to be a part of the Little Free Library design competition is a passion for reading and spreading literacy! Be sure to follow the links below for more info.
Libraries on the Loose
Join us for our July monthly meeting and get to know each other and the great projects we're working on. We'll be meeting next Wednesday, July 30 @ Trinity Bellwoods Park from 7pm-9pm. Let's meet at the gate at Queen and Strachan. In case of rain, we'll be meeting at Tequila Bookworm @ 512 Queen St W.
Please bring a blanket or something to sit on, and feel free to bring snacks to share with the group.
Looking forward to seeing you all there!
It is Archi-Shelter's mission to research, produce, and distribute condensable and mobile enclosed habitable spaces (or "shelters") of various designs that can be used by homeless populations.
We are looking for a volunteer structural engineer to review the design for our first model, and prepare for construction. Licensed and unlicensed engineers welcomed - all applicants must be willing to sign an Non-Disclosure Agreement form.
The Lalesa non-profit organization is one that offers community support services, and is calling for volunteers for the Lamas Cultural Center Project, in Lamas, Peru. Phase 2 of AFH:LA's work with Lalesa is in support of their fundraising event, which aims to raise money to build the Cultural Center that was designed in Phase 1. These positions will function locally.
1. SPEAKER: an architect or design professional, preferably with an interest in Lamas, Peru specifically, or an interest in community development in Latin America, to speak at a fundraising event
Friends of El Dorado Dog Park is a non-profit organization that's been working with AFH:LA to design Phase 2 of a dog park project in Long Beach, CA. We're looking for a landscape architect/designer to join the team and work with the Team Leader to guide the design process.
Interested volunteers should submit the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org:
2. Samples of Work (Optional)
3. Are you a volunteer or dues-paying member?
4. Are you a licensed landscape architect?
Antes de mais o nosso agradecimento a todos os que presencialmente ou por skype estiveram connosco em reunião da AfH.Pt, mostrando interesse em integrar a equipa e "fazer acontecer".
A todos os que não puderam estar presentes, não desanimem, brevemente teremos novidades e vamos precisar da colaboração de todos.
Deixamos entretanto um convite: http://portugal.architectureforhumanity.org/events/4240
evento gratuito, a não perder, já amanhã!
Até já! ;)
Colegas e Amigos,
Uma das nossas Líderes de Projecto, a Arquitecta Paisagista Vera Ramos, propõe uma iniciativa lúdica e útil sobretudo para quem percebe pouco ou nada de paisagismo mas gostaria de ficar a saber um pouco mais.
O próximo café+árvore é já amanhã, Domingo dia 27, pelas 11h30. Um encontro informal onde iremos conhecer a Palmeira-das-vassouras, única palmeira espontânea em Portugal e na Europa.
O ponto de encontro será na esplanada do Restaurante, com vista para o lago, no Miradouro Montes Claros.
Dear Members, Volunteers, and Friends:
As you may be aware, the Detroit chapter of Architecture for Humanity was revived in February of 2013. AFH is dedicated to improving the lives of Detroit residents who face accessibility challenges through their daily life, and we are proud to say that we have completed several projects that achieve this mission.