Over the two years since our launch, it’s become clear we have three very distinct audiences tracking Make It Right’s progress: architects and designers, people interested in green building and technology and people who want to be updated on New Orleans’ recovery and the rebuilding of the Lower 9th Ward. These blogs are intended to give you the opportunity to drill deeper, ask questions, engage our experts and offer your own opinions. Please, take the time to talk with us.

Our Architecture and Design Blog features discussions with architects and developers working on the Make It Right project from around the world. Click here to view the Architecture and Design Blog

Our Green Technology topics and discussions focus on some of the most ground breaking innovations in the industry. Click here to view the Green Technology Blog

Latest Blog Excerpts

We’ve Got Interns!
Make It Right's new interns are inducted into the Who Dat nation! Read More
Rebuilding Blog on January 28, 2010 | Add the first comment!
Spring Interns Observe Modular House Drop
The new Make It Right Spring Interns look on as a new modular house is dropped into place. Read More
Architecture & Design Blog on January 28, 2010 | Add the first comment!
Make It Right Partners Pugh + Scarpa Architecture Win AIA’s Highest Honor
Congratulations to our partners Pugh + Scarpa Architecture, winners of the American Institute of Architects' highest honor, the Architecture Firm Award. Read More
Architecture & Design Blog on January 15, 2010 | Add the first comment!

Our Rebuilding Blog focuses on topics and discussions in the area of rebuilding devastated homes and communities. Click here view the Rebuilding Blog


The FLOAT House
This month’s unveiling of the FLOAT house has generated lots of coverage and questions. The house designed and developed by Morphosis architects and graduate students at UCLA’s School of Architecture and Urban Design is the first floating house permitted in the United States and a perfect example of the kind of real world solutions we are working to advance at the Make It Right Foundation. Read More
Update from the Road
One of the exciting perks of working on the MIR project is being asked to reflect on and talk about what it is that we are doing, not only to people in our community, but to audiences outside of New Orleans. Read More