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Episode #1 Audrey Galo of Architecture for Humanity on Designing with a Non-Profit

Audrey Galo © Architecture For Humanity

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In this episode we talk with Audrey Galo, Project Coordinator at Architecture for Humanity.

Audrey gives us insight into the operations of Architecture for Humanity. The organization operates as a sort of non-profit architecture studio.

With the common struggles typical architecture studios face, it’s valid to wonder how a studio can run as a non-profit. Audrey really dives deep and shows us how it is not only possible, but open the possibility of an incredibly fulfilling practice.

GOOD FORM, Audrey. GOOD FORM!

To find more information on Architecture for Humanity check out their website architectureforhumanity.org and follow them on twitter @archforhumantiy and Linkedin


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