Nonprofit organization Architecture for Humanity has launched a rebranding campaign, calling for public input to help create its new name. After working to transition “from a group of chapters to a collectively mobilized and collaboratively led network,” the new version of the organization has a similar mission, but with a focus on “consensus building, professional development, and support for local groups to develop innovative business models while driving humanitarian design services.” Thus, the rebranded AFH will utilize its new image as a “banner to rally under,” putting an emphasis on interdisciplinary collaboration and incorporating anyone outside the architectural profession who can help with the mission.
In order to develop the best new name for the group, AFH has created a video survey that records answers about the mission, values, and goals of the organization. Anyone can submit his or her opinions before the survey deadline, which is September 8 at midnight. Learn more about the campaign here.
News via Architecture for Humanity.