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Design with the Other 90%: CITIES Opening October 15 at the United Nations

Shack/Slum Dwellers International: Yerwada Slum Upgrading Project. SPARC Samudaya Nirman Sahayak (SSNS) and Pune Municipal Corporation, with SPARC (Society for the Promotion of Area Resource Centres), NSDF (National Slum Dwellers' Federation), and Mahila Milan, Shack/Slum Dwellers International (SDI) affiliates. Yerwada slum, Pune, India, 2008-present. Photo: © SDI Incremental Housing: BEFORE: Architects: Alejandro Aravena, Tomás Cortese, Emilio de la Cerda, Andrés Iacobelli, and Alfonso Montero, Elemental (Chile); engineers: José Gajardo, Juan Carlos de la Llera; urbanization specialist: Proingel and Abraham Guerra. Construction: Loga S.A. Client: Chile Barrio. Iquique, Chile, 2003-4. Concrete, brick concrete, wood panels. Photo: © Elemental Incremental Housing: AFTER: Architects: Alejandro Aravena, Tomás Cortese, Emilio de la Cerda, Andrés Iacobelli, and Alfonso Montero, Elemental (Chile); engineers: José Gajardo, Juan Carlos de la Llera; urbanization specialist: Proingel and Abraham Guerra. Construction: Loga S.A. Client: Chile Barrio. Iquique, Chile, 2003-4. Concrete, brick concrete, wood panels. Photo: © Elemental Bang Bua Canal Community Upgrading: BEFORE. Photo: © ACHR Bang Bua Canal Community Upgrading: AFTER: Designers: community members of the Bang Bua Canal Network, with Prayong Posriprasert, Nattawut Usavagovitwong, and Sakkarin Sapu, Sripatum University. Bang Bua, Bangkok, Thailand, 2004-present. Photo: © ACHR Favela Painting: Praça Cantão, Favela Painting project. Artists: Jeroen Koolhaas and Dre Urhahn, Haas&Hahn (Netherlands), with Santa Marta community youth and Coral Paint Company. Santa Marta comunidade (community), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2009-10. Photo: © Haas&Hahn Integral Urban Project: Architects: Marines Pocaterra (Venezuela), Isabel Pocaterra (Venezuela), Silvia Soonets (Argentina), and Victor Gastier (Venezuela), PROYECTOS ARQUI 5 C.A.; hydraulic engineer: Ahmed Irazabal; road designer: Freddy Iriza; geologist: José Francisco Mártinez; structural engineer: José Luis Garcia Conca. Client: CAMEBA. San Rafael-Barrio Unido sector in La Vega settlement, Caracas, Venezuela, 1999-present. Photo: © PROYECTOS ARQUI 5 C.A. Floating Community Lifeboats: Architect: Mohammed Rezwan (Bangladesh). Implemented by Shidhulai Swanirvar Sangstha on the Atrai, Barnoi, Gurnoi, Nandhakuja, Gumani, and Boral Rivers in Natore, Pabna, and Sirajganj districts, Bangladesh, 2002-present. Sal wood and other woods, plywood, bamboo, angle iron, iron sheet, flat bar. Photo: © Abir Abdullah/Shidhulai Swanirvar Sangstha Jiko ya jamii (Community Cooker): Architects: James Howard Archer (England, born Kenya) and Mumo Musuva (Kenya), Planning Systems Services, Ltd. Technical support: Arup Cause, Chris Print, Noel Johnson. Funders: United Nations Environment Program, United Nations Development Program, Basco Paints, AON Insurance Company, SGS Management Systems, KenGen Electric Company. Laini Saba village in Kibera informal settlement, Nairobi, Kenya, 1993-present. Stone, iron sheets, wire mesh. Photo: ©... Kibera Public Space Projects: Architects: Chelina Odbert (USA), Jennifer Toy (USA), Arthur Adeya (Kenya), Luke Clark Tyler (USA), Anthony Opil (Kenya), Julius Muiru (Kenya), Ellen Schneider (USA), and Kotch Voraakhom (Thailand), Kounkuey Design Initiative; environmental engineers: Byron Stigge, Joe Mulligan, and Greg Tuzzolo, Buro Happold; volunteer collaborators: Yvonne Hung, Jean Yang. Clients/community partners: Kiki Weavers, New Nairobi Dam Community Group, Riverside Usafi Group, Ushirika... Spaza-de-Move-on: Spaza-de-Move-on, prototype. Architect/artist: Doung Anwar Jahangeer (South Africa), DALA, with street vendor Moses Gnwaba (South Africa). Fabricator: Rebcon Engineering. Funders: Imagine Durban planning project by Canadian International Development Agency and eThekwini Municipality. Durban, South Africa, 2001-present. Galvanised steel, mild steel. Photo: © DALA Studios iTRUMP (Inner Thekwini Regeneration & Urban Management Program): Project managers: Sue Wilkinson and Hoosen Moolla, eThekwini Municipality, and Richard Dobson (architect); design and implementation: Gavin Adams, Jonathan Edkins, Ken Froise, Nic Combrink, and Nina Saunders, eThekwini Municipality architects; commissioned architects: Architects Collaborative cc, Emmett & Emmett, Kooblal & Steyn, Langa Makhanya & Associates, Laren Beni, Lee Saunders, Lees & Short, MA Gafoor Architects, Matic van... Guangzhou Bus Rapid-Transit System: BEFORE. Photo: © Karl Fjellstrom, Institute for Transportation & Development Policy Guangzhou Bus Rapid-Transit System: AFTER: Project/design team: Zhang Guangning, former Mayor of Guangzhou, and Su Zequn, Executive Vice Mayor of Guangzhou, The People's Government of Guangzhou Municipality; Xiaomei Duan, Chief Engineer, Guangzhou Municipal Engineering Design & Research Institute; Karl Fjellstrom, Vice-Director, China, Institute for Transportation and Development Policy; Lu Yuan, Vice Director, Guangzhou Municipality Construction Commission; Guangzhou Municipality... School on Wheels: Designer/implementer: Door Step School. Funders: Cummins India Pvt. Ltd. and Springer Science+Business Media Deutschland GmbH. Pune, India, 2000-present. Photo: © Vijay Gondi Shasthya Shebika (Health Volunteer) Kit: BRAC. Bangladesh, 1977-present. Medicine, sanitary napkins, delivery kit, soap, salt, registrar to maintain records, pictorial dosage instructions. Photo: © BRAC Digital Drum: Concept: Khalid Arbab (Sudan), UNICEF; prototype 1: Jean-Marc Lefébure (Belgium), UNICEF, and Grant Cambridge (South Africa), Council for Scientific and Industrial Research Meraka; prototype 2: Jean-Marc Lefébure, UNICEF; prototype 3: Seth Herr (USA) and Jean-Marc Lefébure, UNICEF. Fabrication: Jean-Marc Lefébure, Grant Cambridge, Emmanuel Ezabo, Seth Herr, Islam Khairul, Cissy Majoli, Malik Abdul, Abdul Ahmed, Francis Ssemukte, Hamid Bbossa, Jacob Odere, Amos Okello, Fred... Garden-in-a-Sack: Solidarités International. Funders: European Union and Agence Française de Développement. Kibera, Mathare, Kiambiu, and Mukuru Lunga-Lunga informal settlements, Nairobi, Kenya, 2008-present. Photo: © Solidarités International

Jiko ya jamii (Community Cooker): Architects: James Howard Archer (England, born Kenya) and Mumo Musuva (Kenya), Planning Systems Services, Ltd. Technical support: Arup Cause, Chris Print, Noel Johnson. Funders: United Nations Environment Program, United Nations Development Program, Basco Paints, AON Insurance Company, SGS Management Systems, KenGen Electric Company. Laini Saba village in Kibera informal settlement, Nairobi, Kenya, 1993-present. Stone, iron sheets, wire mesh. Photo: ©...
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Jiko ya jamii (Community Cooker): Architects: James Howard Archer (England, born Kenya) and Mumo Musuva (Kenya), Planning Systems Services, Ltd. Technical support: Arup Cause, Chris Print, Noel Johnson. Funders: United Nations Environment Program, United Nations Development Program, Basco Paints, AON Insurance Company, SGS Management Systems, KenGen Electric Company. Laini Saba village in Kibera informal settlement, Nairobi, Kenya, 1993-present. Stone, iron sheets, wire mesh. Photo: © Community Cooker-Jiko Ya Jamii



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