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The $300 House: Harvard Business Review Launches Contest to Design Affordable Housing for Developing Areas

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In a quest to provide safe housing for everyone around the world, no matter what their economic standing, the Harvard Business Review Blog has teamed up with Ingersoll Rand’s Center for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability to present the $300 House design competition. The contest is open to anyone and boasts a hefty prize of $25,000 and the chance [...]




 

 

Rahul Mehrotra, Bob Freling, Stuart Hart, Harvard Business Review Blog, Ingersoll Rand’s Center for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability, $300 House, prefab housing, Architecture Contest, Yves Behar,

In a quest to provide safe housing for everyone around the world, no matter what their economic standing, the Harvard Business Review Blog has teamed up with Ingersoll Rand’s Center for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability to present the $300 House design competition. The contest is open to anyone and boasts a hefty prize of $25,000 and the chance to have your house prototype actually produced.

Rahul Mehrotra, Bob Freling, Stuart Hart, Harvard Business Review Blog, Ingersoll Rand’s Center for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability, $300 House, prefab housing, Architecture Contest, Yves Behar,

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