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Samaipata, Santa Cruz Department, Bolivia

El Fuerte de Samaipata

Improved management and physical conservation work are necessary in order to protect the fascinating ruins of the Fort of Samaipata and to allow their continued use as a cultural festival venue.
Tiébélé, Centre-Sud Region, Burkina Faso

Cour Royale de Tiébélé

The local community has responded to the cultural importance of the Cour Royale de Tiébélé through outstanding fundraising and conservation work in protection of the site.
Kétou, Plateau Department, Benin

Akaba Idéna

The earthen architecture and carved wooden elements of Akaba Idéna are important vestiges of the Yoruba culture in Benin.
Quebrada de Humahuaca, Jujuy Province, Argentina

Pucará de Tilcara

Pucará de Tilcara is an archaeological site located in the Quebrada de Humahuaca, a narrow mountain valley in northwest Argentina.
Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina

Casa Sobre el Arroyo

Local advocates are still trying to save the Casa sobre el Arroyo, a celebrated early work by modern architect Amancio Williams.
Goshen, New York, United States

Orange County Government Center

Despite a strong show of local advocacy and a lengthy legal battle, substantial demolition and redesign of the Orange County Government Center began in 2015.
La Plata, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina

City of la Plata

Uncontrolled development in La Plata is causing a range of threats, from the destruction of cultural heritage to the disappearance of public green space.
This colorful 1910 Georges Baussan house was built for the founder of Haiti’s first Chamber of Commerce., February 2009
Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Gingerbread Neighborhood

International collaboration focused on the recovery of the Gingerbread Neighborhood of Port-au-Prince after the devastating earthquake of January 2010.
View of entrance to Walpi, June 21, 2011
Completed Project
First Mesa, Arizona, United States

Walpi Village

Walpi is a significant Native American site that represents traditional Hopi architecture and identity.
Cruise ship in Charleston port, February 2013
Completed Project
Charleston, South Carolina, United States

Charleston Historic District

Charleston was founded in 1670 by English colonists and relocated in 1680 to its present location, where the Ashley and Cooper rivers meet the Atlantic Ocean.