The HOME House Project

September 30–November 27, 2004

Curator: David Brown, Senior Curator, Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA)

Jurors: Michael Sorkin, Ben Nicholson, Steve Badanes

Organized by the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, NC

HOME House: The Future of Affordable Housing is an exhibition that challenged artists and architects to propose new designs for affordable and sustainable single-family housing for low and moderate income-families. These designs were guided by the existing building criteria and price parameters for typical three and four bedroom Habitat for Humanity houses, supplied by Habitat International in Americus, Georgia. Competition participants were required to use the Habitat information as a point of departure.

Supported by the Neighborhood Design Center; AIA Baltimore; Enterprise Foundation; Baltimore County Commission on Arts and Sciences; Maryland State Arts Council.

Related Resources:
Curriculum Packet for The HOME House Project