We advocate, partner, and collaborate with residents, local community leaders, industry professionals, and universities to support and promote place-based, regenerative design, and environmental justice. Our work promotes equitable access to sustainable lifestyles and designs.
We track our impact diverting waste from Houston landfills through the City of Houston Reuse Warehouse, a source of building materials for community projects. As advocates of sustainability in Houston, our work helped to establish the Reuse Warehouse in 2009.
We partner with Prairie View A&M University, School of Architecture professors and students, to facilitate service learning design curriculum that fosters social agency and sustainability in the built environment. These community-based studio projects bring students together with local partnerships, residents and community leaders in historic Independence Heights/ Studewood, Houston Texas.
We support volunteer committees. Independence Heights Collaborative Action Coalition (IHCAC) is a coalition of community members and organizers serving the historic neighborhood of Independence Heights, Houston Texas. The committee was establishes in 2012 to address; housing and community development, health and safety, economic development, and civic engagement.
We network with volunteer design professionals act locally and collaborate through global resources. Open Architecture Houston utilizes design to connect people and revitalize Houston communities.
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