27 Feb '15, 5pm

What happened to Architecture For Humanity?

‘s Executive Director Eric Cesal explained: “Kate and Cameron have probably done as much as any two people alive to advance the cause of humanitarian design. The whole profession of architecture is better for it. Nothing that went wrong at Architecture for Humanity comes close to overshadowing what went right at Architecture for Humanity. And any mistake made, by any founder, staff or volunteer does nothing, in my mind, to dilute the extraordinary courage and dedication that it took on all parts to make this thing work.

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