March 6, 2007
by: Jessica Sheridan Assoc. AIA LEED AP
Open Architecture Network

The Open Architecture Network.

Courtesy Architecture for Humanity

After receiving last year’s TED Prize, Architecture for Humanity is launching a beta version of the Open Architecture Network (OAN) on 03.08.07. The website will allow designers, community groups, and NGOs to browse, post projects, discuss relevant topics, contribute to shared resources, collaborate with each other, and access project management tools. The goal is to develop a site that will support innovative, sustainable, and collaborative design solutions for improving standards of living, according to the mission statement. To learn more, check out the website. An interview with Cameron Sinclair, Executive Director and co-founder of Architecture for Humanity, is also available on TreeHugger Radio.


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