For Japan 2011

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After the tsunami and earthquake which devastated Japan in March 2011, Architecture for Humanity set up a project office in Sendai to develop long term reconstruction projects. In London we raised funds to support their work with the 'For Japan' photography exhibition hosted by Hotshoe Gallery in Clerkenwell. We exhibited 100 photographs, all evoking  Japanese culture, submitted by photographers from all over the world. We auctioned these and raised circa £7,000. The first AfH project to be completed in Japan was constructing a community market place in Hikado, a small fishing village in the Tohoku region which was completed washed away by the tsunami.

 

Project Leads: Alasdair Dixon & Beth Worth 

Project Details

Completion Date: 2011

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Project Team

Alasdair Dixon

AfH Trustee

London

Beth Worth

AfH Trustee

London

Katherine McNeil

AfH Volunteer

London

Kimmberly Lau

AfH Trustee

London

Anthony Cole

AfH Volunteer

London

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Cameo Musgrave

AfH Volunteer

London

Hayley Harding

AfH Volunteer

London

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Jackie Sumner

AfH Volunteer

London

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Kaissa Tait

AfH Volunteer

London

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Kenneth Okafor

AfH Volunteer

London

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Mette Sorensen

AfH Volunteer

London

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Micah Sarut

AfH Volunteer

London

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Riso Sano

AfH Volunteer

London

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Roxana Shafiee

AfH Volunteer

London

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Shiho Kito

AfH Volunteer

London

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Simon Dawson

AfH Volunteer

London

Simon Rochowski

AfH Volunteer

London

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  • Architecture for Humanity
  • Makerversity - Somerset House
  • New Wing - Lancaster Place
  • London WC2R 1LA

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