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Playhouses For Charity: @bobborson ‘s Design Competition Raises Money For Neglected Children | ArchDaily

‎I want one.
I want to design one.
I want to help CASA.
Everyone wins!

“…’architects have a skill set that lends itself to charity.’ More than just conceiving a fun playhouse, this project is about giving time to help children in need, with all funds raised from the raffle going to Dallas CASA. If you are interested in designing a playhouse for charity or want to learn more about Bob Borson’s action within the Dallas community, check out his blog The Life of an Architect. The raffle ticket-winners have just been announced and playhouses should make it to their new homes soon, meaning more photos and interviews from this year’s winners to come.‎”

At Northpark Mall the ‘Parade of Playhouses’ sells $5 raffle tickets to support ‎Dallas’ CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates). http://ift.tt/2bJHUlJ

“This year’s winning projects “Lookout” and “Continous Window” also combine elegant design and possible pragmatic use with playfulness – a criteria that designers surprisingly often forget.”

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‎Here’s the link to Bob Borson’s Blog:

http://ift.tt/14eLeJK

ScrnGrabCred: archdaily‎ / B&W logo, draughtsman, from Borson’s Blog

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