Architecture for Humanity has had a busy year. From continuing efforts in Haiti and Japan to their Post-Sandy initiative to open two new offices in New York and New Jersey, they could use a little help to get to their annual goal.
So they’re auctioning off 7 sketches from famous architects – from Steven Holl to Renzo Piano to Frank Gehry. Everyday this week (starting December 20th), they will announce which architect’s sketch is the piece of the day on their web site. The first $5K donation before 12pm PST gets the artwork.
Check out which other famous architects have contributed their sketches, after the break…
This sketch will be auctioned December 20th. Eskew+Dumez+Ripple Estuarine Habitats & Fisheries Center | Lafayette Watercolor 22 x 30. Image via Architecture for Humanity
Daniel Libeskind Emerging! | New York, 3/29/12 Ink on Trace Paper 11 x 13.75. Image via Architecture for Humanity
Edwin Chan – Rubbing from a buddhist temple charcoal 12 x 12. Image via Architecture for Humanity
Frank Gehry pen on cloth napkin. 2012 14 x 14. Image via Architecture for Humanity
Paolo Soleri Untitled c.1977 Pen and ink 8.5 x 11. Image via Architecture for Humanity
Renzo Piano Original hand drawn plans, La scuola a S. José di Costarica. Pen, Pencil, Ink, and Post-It on Trace Paper 17.5 x 24.5. Image via Architecture for Humanity
Richard Meier The Getty Center / I-Research Institute ed.11/20. Spring 1998 Tyler Graphics Print | Original lithograph print on paper 20.5 x 28. Image via Architecture for Humanity
Stan Field | Field Architecture – The Reed’s House. 2005
Aquarellable pencil, 11 x 17. Image via Architecture for Humanity
Steven Holl Concept Sketch for Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Competition. 11/05/11 Watercolor and charcoal on hot-press watercolor paper 7 x 10. Image via Architecture for Humanity
Quirk, Vanessa. "Donate to Architecture for Humanity, Get A Famous Architect’s Sketch" 19 Dec 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 30 May 2015. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=309663>