To celebrate the publication of Design Like You Give a Damn 2, by Architecture for Humanity founder Cameron Sinclair, we are inviting architects, designers, artists, students and other creative individuals to come up with a proposal for a small scale project, product or build that embodies the spirit of humanitarian design.
Architecture for Humanity London and Studio 54 Architecture are co-hosting a week long event on the theme of designing ‘like you give a damn’. We’re calling for ideas that will in some way improve the London experience.
It could be an idea for a public space installation, a community enterprise, an eco building, an ingenious object, or anything that demonstrates how design can be used to make Londoner’s lives better and happier.
The proposal can be text, a sketch or other visual representation. Think of an idea that could benefit London. Be bold. Be adventurous. Think big. Or small.
You can download the postcard template from here.
Please print on 200 gsm card or heavier stock or mount onto card (not foamboard). If you would prefer to use a pre-printed blank card contact us at the email below.
Don’t forget to include the project title, and your name and details and post to:
54 Rivington Street, London EC2 A3QN
DEADLINE: 20th April 2012
For further information please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
So ideas on a postcard, please. All entries will be exhibited and credited. Architecture for Humanity London will endeavour to support the most effective ideas, collaborating with their authors to help bring them to fruition.