Is it OK to run architectural competitions for Haiti?

Louis Aston Knight’s painting of Haiti is being auctioned this month by Bonhams to raise funds for the earthquake hit island.

Gavin Browning argues it’s an architect’s duty to respond to humanitarian disasters, while Cameron Sinclair urges the industry to follow through with its designs — ideas are not enough

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