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Good Causes

On the occasion of starchitect Zaha Hadid lending her dramatic, swooping Midas touch to a new Ronald McDonald House in Hamburg, Germany, Architizer examines "the unquestioned benevolence of humanitarian design," along with the "age-old problem of benevolent tokenism—doing the right thing to feel good, or better yet, look good." [Architizer; previously]