2007 AMD Open Architecture Challenge: Digital Inclusion

Imagining a world without the Internet is nearly impossible. Despite the Internet’s global significance, less than 20 percent of the world’s 6 billion people currently have access to the educational, social and economic opportunities it can create.

The 2007 AMD Open Architecture Challenge invited the global community to help address this digital divide. It challenged design professionals and others to develop not one but many solutions for building sustainable, multi-purpose, low-cost technology facilities for those who need them most.

See the winners here.

Related Links:
Architecture for Humanity
Open Architecture Network

 (found at Open Architecture Network)