Architecture for Humanity

For the past month or so, I’ve been working on an article about Architecture for Humanity’s Open Architecture Network for a Wired Magazine supported project called Assignment Zero.

Assignment Zero is a test to see if crowdsourced journalism will work. Crowdsourcing, basically, is where a group of people perform a task that ordinarily only one person would pursue. So, in a sense, Wikipedia is a form of crowdsourced encyclopedia.

Getting to my point. We need someone to interview a designer working with the Open Architecture Network–which is a crowdsourcing design and architecture website. The project our group chose is the ShoeBox Homes project in South Africa.

So, if you’re interested in getting your name published, possibly on, please consider helping out. Assignment Zero already got one article published called “Assignment Zero First Take: Wiki Innovators Rethink Openness.”

Go to to help us out.