Leading humanitarian architecture charity Article 25 is auctioning artworks by artists including Banksy and Grayson Perry to raise vital funds to support vulnerable communities worldwide.
Leading architectural aid charity Article 25 has announced a fundraising cycle expedition to Myanmar (Burma) in Autumn 2017.
Destroyed in the 2010 earthquake, this site has a tumultuous history which has seen the likes of Simon Bolivar, colonial governors, and rebel armies pass through its environs.
Architecture for Humanity news – court-appointed trustee filed a complaint against the group’s founders: the suit accuses AFH founders and board members of improperly using restricted funds and violating agreements with donors.
Specifically, the suit accuses the AFH founders and board members of improperly using “restricted funds”—charitable contributions with specific requirements—and violating agreements with donors.
Article 25 – Built Environment charity news:
Scott Golding, 47, pleaded guilty to stealing £260,000 of funds from the humanitarian charity to pay for designer goods and rent: he has been jailed four years and eight months in prison.
Article 25, the UK’s leading architectural and construction aid charity, is pleased to announce that its 10×10 Drawing the City London art auction raised £90,000.
Artwork created by world-renowned architects, designers and artists went under the hammer at the special live auction which took place at The Crossing, 1 Granary Square, London.
Over 100 artworks by renowned artists, architects and designers were auctioned at Somerset House on the 14th November 2012, raising over £80,000 for Article 25, the UK’s leading construction charity that designs and delivers projects to provide better shelter where there is disaster, poverty or need.
Article 25, the UK-based charity for building solutions to global problems, hopes to start construction on two clean water plants to combat lethal cholera in Haiti.
Article 25 Event, Palm Leaf Architecture – Architect Sandra Piesik & built environment charity Article 25 volunteers construct authentique Arish Palm Leaf House
Article 25 International Development Architecture. The challenge of working in international development often requires us to unpack the real needs of a community and design our interventions to their need.
The Prince of Wales has criticised modern buildings as “energy guzzling glass boxes” which will be “ripe for demolition” within 30 years, reports The Daily Telegraph.
Article 25 Auction, Art Exhibition London – ‘Objects of Change’ Art Exhibition and Auction at La Galleria Pall Mall – Article 25 Event on 17-19 May 2011
Article 25’s most ambitious fundraiser to date: a high-profile art exhibition and auction entitled ‘Objects of Change’. Held at contemporary art gallery and auction house La Galleria on Pall Mall, it raised funds for vital work in post-disaster regions throughout the world
In the aftermath of this disaster Article 25 were appointed as consultants for a programme of school reconstruction by Outreach International, an organisation active in promoting education in Haiti since 1979.
Architecture aimed at development must be seen as an investment for the future, as well as an immediate solution to a problem.
More than two months after the January earthquake, Haiti is still very much in emergency mode. First responders with food, water, tents, sanitation and medical supplies are vital on the ground.
The issue of safer buildings for communities affected by natural disasters is growing. Climate Change indicators show a trend towards greater frequency and impact of these disasters