Culture: the cry of men in face of their destiny
Published on 2 July 2010
Video 9,09 Min
Architecture for Humanity accompanies Haitian architect Yves François on his daily commute along two miles of Route Frère--a trip that routinely takes 30-90 minutes! The team investigates the cause of congestion and wonders how circulation along this main artery can be improved.
On June 24 2010 Architects for Humanity hit the streets of Port-au-Prince where the sidewalks are missing and schoolchildren get run over by cars.
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