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Posted By Emily Pilloton On March 9, 2007 @ 6:45 am In Announcements,Architecture,global development | 3 Comments

Open Architecture Network, Architecture for Humanity, Cameron Sinclair, Humanitarian Design, Design Like You Give A Damn [1]

Last year, Cameron Sinclair of Architecture for Humanity [2] won the prestigious TED Prize [3], and was granted a world-changing “wish.” His wish was the Open Architecture Network [4], a completely open-source website with a simple mission: “to generate design opportunities that will improve living standards for all.” And now, with the help of SUN Microsystems [5] and Hot Studio [6], the Network [4] is now up and running (debuted at the 2007 TED Conference [7] yesterday), providing a platform in which anyone, anywhere in the world, can view, post, adapt, and comment on humanitarian, sustainable, replicable, and scalable design solutions. Check out the Open Architecture Network [4] for yourself, and stay tuned Monday for a full in-depth interview with Cameron Sinclair about OAN [4] and its development. And from all of us at Inhabitat, congrats to Cameron, Architecture for Humanity [2], TED [8], and all other supporters and contributors to a truly ground-breaking achievement.

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[1] Image: http://inhabitat.com/2007/03/09/open-architecture-network-launches-today/

[2] Architecture for Humanity: http://www.architectureforhumanity.org/

[3] TED Prize: http://www.ted.com/tedprize/

[4] Open Architecture Network: http://www.openarchitecturenetwork.org/

[5] SUN Microsystems: http://www.sun.com/

[6] Hot Studio: http://www.hotstudio.com/

[7] TED Conference: http://www.ted.com/ted2007/

[8] TED: http://www.ted.com/

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