Shelter is a feature-length documentary about the growing socially-responsible design movement. The producers are highlighting the role designers, architects, and engineers play in making the world a better place with humanitarian design. By telling these stories, they hope to inspire others to design for good.
They're currently in production and need your helping funding their project, including follow-up interviews with residents and volunteers they met in Haiti last summer.
Help Shelter return to Haiti by donating to their Kickstarter campaign.
Along with telling extraordinary stories of courage and invention, Shelter will feature this interview with Dean Fisher. They also interviewed architecture students Abby Kurlinkus and Brent Suski who spent eight weeks in Haiti working with Architecture for Humanity in 2011.
- Donate to Shelter's Kickstarter fund by Tuesday, May 15, 2012
- Read more about the College of Design's work with Architecture for Humanity in Haiti
- Visit the Shelter website for more information about their documentary