Ross Langdon, with his passion for architecture, has been impacting African Communities with his talent and skills. He has been donating time and working on a HIV hospital in Africa with his London based firm, Regional Associates. He and his wife were in Kenya to shop for their, soon to arrive, first child. These days, I try to only read art, design and architectural news and, sadly, I learned about this man’s life and family. They lost there lives in Kenyan’s Westgate shopping mall and ArchDaily posted the news and this very interesting and heartwarming video from a year ago. This video sheds light on the power of design and how architecture can be the catalyst for healing and improving the quality of life for many.
St Mark’s Episcopal Church and School in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida is building a powerful relationship with a Kenyan Community through the Mama Ada Foundation.
My hope and prayer is that Langdon’s work will continue to flourish, his dream will carry on and The Mama Ada Foundation will continue to grow.