Hip Hop Architecture is a one week summer camp that "uses hip hop culture as a catalyst to introduce underrepresented communities to architecture and urban planning.”
This year, the camp came to Austin after its success in cities like Chicago, Atlanta, and Detroit. MF Architecture helped organizing this event from the beginning and volunteered during the week at Huston-Tillotson University. It has always been important to the practice to support local community and expand the impact of architecture.
During the camp, the participants designed, directed and wrote their own song. Check out the official music video here.
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