Auction for Infrastructure: An Architecture Labor Party

The auction closes at 11:00 PM on March 3rd, the day of the party.


When does the auction end?

Auction will close at 11pm on Saturday, March 3rd, 2018, during our fundraiser Infrastructure: An Architecture Labor Party in NYC.

How do I purchase the item I bid on?

If you placed the winning bid, we will send an email to the address provided on the bid form in order to coordinate payment and shipping after the auction closes. Payments will be completed online through our payment system. Buyers may expect to receive their purchases within 3-4 weeks.

How does shipping work?

Buyers are responsible for all shipping and handling costs, fees and taxes. For a shipping quote please contact with your full shipping address. A quote will be provided within 2-3 business days.

Where is my money going?

This is a charity auction, all donations and proceeds will support The Architecture Initiative, Inc., a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization dedicated to supporting the educational activities of The Architecture Lobby.

Can I return something I buy?

No, all sales are final.

If you believe your bid was placed by mistake, please contact us at

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While every effort have been made to ensure the accuracy of descriptions of items, experiences, and skillshares listed on the auction, neither The Architecture Lobby, Inc., nor The Architecture Initiative, Inc. are responsible for the accuracy of the listing, or the final condition of the auctioned items, experiences, or skillshares.


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