Hope in Hazelwood

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Hope in Hazelwood

Responding to Injustice through Collaborative, Sustainable Architecture

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Students from @CMUSoA are working w/ the #Hazelwood community to create a case study for a new kind of development http://3bl.me/d77zcd
Tuesday, December 22, 2015 - 5:00pm

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By Gabe Dunsmith

Pittsburgh’s Hazelwood neighborhood has suffered in recent decades as American manufacturers have sent operations overseas and shuttered their U.S. factories. Students from Carnegie Mellon's School of Architecture are working with the Hazelwood community to create a case study for a radical new kind of development. Read more...

The work presented in this article is part of the Pillars of Sustainable Education program that funds universities to support the realization of community-based projects to explore innovative uses of sustainable materials and design. More information about the program – made possible by Alcoa Foundation – can be found at pillarssustainableeducation.org.

Keywords: Education | Alcoa Foundation | Carnegie Melon University | ILFI | International Living Future Institute | Pennsylvania | Pillars of Sustainable Development | Pittsburgh | Social Impact & Volunteering

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