Since its creation in 1943, AAF has worked to educate people about the power of design to improve lives and transform communities. AAF is a 501(c)(3) educational organization governed by an independent Board of Regents that consists of public, corporate, philanthropic, and professional leaders. AAF neither sells a product nor advocates a particular design style. Continue reading
FHS, born as Friends of Vieilles Maisons Françaises, based in New York and with an office in Paris, is an American non-profit (501c-3) cultural organization with 13 chapters across the United States and one in France. FHS gives financial support to projects, both public and private, for the preservation of historic monuments which constitute the national heritage of both countries.
LafargeHolcim, is a worldwide leader of construction materials, focuses for many years active partnerships with architecture’s spheres, assisting junior or confirmed architects, dedicated to contemporary architecture or passionate with heritage preservation.
L’Architecture d’Aujourd’hui is the oldest French architecture magazine, founded in 1930 by André Bloc with Le Corbusier’s support. Relaunched in 2009 on Jean Nouvel’s initiative, AA is now available in the entire world. Its ambition is to enlighten architecture, highlighting architecture landmarks as well as architects’ portrait, and crossing viewpoints towards other disciplines such as design, urban planning and the arts.