Gallery: INTERVIEW: We Talk to Architecture for Humanity’s Co-Founder K...

Not only does Architecture for Humanity improve people's lives through architecture and design, but they have time to write books about it. Only six years after their first book comes Design Like You Give A Damn [2]: Building Change From the Ground Up, a second work which chronicles over 100 projects from around the world that address issues such as disaster reconstruction, shelter, education, and the basic needs of communities. Edited by the amazing team at Architecture for Humanity and published by Abrams, DLYGAD[2] goes more into detail about how each project came about and provides an informative source from which communities can learn to accomplish their own projects just the same. Recently we caught up with Kate Stohr, co-founder of Architecture for Humanity, to find out more about this second book and the things she learned while working on it. PLUS, we're giving away a copy, so read on to hear Kate's answers and learn how you can win a book of your own!

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