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Each year an estimated 100,000 people directly benefit from the time and expertise that Architecture for Humanity provides for community groups, aid organizations, housing developers, government agencies, corporate divisions, and foundations in dire need.Just their advocacy, training and outreach programs alone effect 60,000 people a year. This nonprofit design services firm was founded in 1999 and strives to build a sustainable future with the help of their network of 50,000 professionals.
In an effort to bring the ancient baths of Greece and Rome back to life, Manhattan’s AIRE Ancient Baths reinvents the old days of bath houses with an elegant modern day twist. Located on Franklin Street in New York, New York this is the essential New York retreat to release and refuel. AIRE was designed by the Barcelona architectural group Alonso Balaguer y Arquitectos Asociado.
Hector Serrano and their installation crew Borealis, created this glowing architectural monument for the 2013 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, Calif. Dome was inspired by Rome’s pantheon dome architecture. Most often pantheon dome’s were considered to be a building that was devoted to God. The building consisted of a circular ceiling supported by large columns at regular intervals that hold up the dome shaped ceiling.
This dome shaped architectural sculpture was created by the Kebony, a long time advocate and distributor of environmentally friendly wood. This forward thinking construction was made from Kebony’s Southern Yellow Pine. In hopes to bring awareness to consumers and designers that sustainable and eco-friendly constructions do exist and they can look good. The Kreod pavilion takes into consideration the environment as well as the intimate life cycle of the design.
In this Wisconsin Garden Wonderland visitors are delighted with whimsical garden statues made from clay garden pots, charming bird houses and a glass chandelier with real live gold fish. The glass chandelier hangs in the garden and is used primarily for garden parties. The chandelier’s bowls hold water and gold fish during the parties and then afterwards the gold fish go home with the guests.