Johnny Magdaleno is a journalist, editor, and photographer currently roaming the world. Past clients include The Guardian, Al Jazeera America, VICE, The Christian Science Monitor, the United Nations, and his reporting has been republished or sourced by dozens of websites and blogs, including NPR, Business Insider, and the International Business Times.
How Catastrophe Inspired Brilliant, Livable, Affordable Housing After one of the worst earthquakes in history, an architect found a surprising way to offer victims real houses After Mexico, a look at a seaside town in Chile that came back from one of the biggest earthquakes in history.
Winnie Byanyima The social justice advocate standing up for the everyday citizen Early exposure to injustice in her home country of Uganda drove this diplomat to fight for equality everywhere.
This Brilliant German Housing Model Is the Sharing Economy at Its Best Presented by Impact Design Hub Baugruppen—or “building groups”—are German co-housing projects entirely owned and designed by their residents.
The Future of Housing Is Temporary, Biodegradable, and on the Move Presented by Impact Design Hub Rethinking the value of permanent shelter in an era when refugees are displaced by war and climate change.