Architecture for Humanity has released an update on our recently completed design studio collaboration and on-site workshop near Petropolis, Brazil to create a public community and sports facility for this area heavily destroyed by last year’s floods:
“As part of larger reconstruction efforts, Architecture for Humanity and the Universitat Internacional de Catalunya (UIC) in Barcelona recently completed a design studio and on-site workshop. In the coming months, Architecture for Humanity Intern, Carolina Libardi, will work with the local project team to develop the design for the sport and recreation center — a hub for a new 61-unit post-disaster housing development and a go-to place for members of and visitors to the greater community.”
We look forward to seeing how the project moves forward.
For more about the workshop and site visit, don’t miss our student blog Rio Floods Project series.