Making Make It Right Right, Again

René Ammann
1. November 2020
The empty house at 1826 Reynes Street in November 2013, two years after the house designed by David Adjaye was built, and one year after the owner sold it back to Make It Right. (Photo: Google Maps)

Amount Brad Pitt's Make It Right Foundation has to pay to demolish an affordable $130,000 home built after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, Louisiana, due to “imminent danger of collapse and/or threat to life”: $7,085

The city posted a "Notice of Emergency Demolition" on the David Adjaye-designed building on September 30 and the building was demolished two weeks later:


This post's title alludes to the fact this is not the first time we featured a Number devoted to Make It Right. In October 2018, another house was demolished after just seven years.

Immediately behind the just demolished house is another Make It Right house designed by David Adjaye, Asem Pa, which appears, as of March 2020, to be in good condition. (Photo: Google Maps)

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