Join Architecture for Humanity New York on February 5th at the Center for Architecture from 7-8PM for an evening dedicated to the Chapter's work with Hurricane Sandy.
For the first portion of the evening, our field teams will present their findings on local damage patterns and social capacity in the affected neighborhoods they visited, highlighting aspects of the built environment and social landscape that will need to be considered during reconstruction.
Afterwards, learn about how this field work ties into/ helped shape our broader recovery efforts as we share what Architecture for Humanity Headquarters will be working on in the coming months and how you can get involved! After the meeting, continue the conversation with some of the Chapter's directors, the project coordinator for the neighborhood assessment project (Emily Sprague), and our amazing volunteers over drinks.
The space has reached capacity and we are no longer accepting RSVPs. For a synopsis of Tuesday's meeting, stay tuned to the Chapter Network.