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image by António Martins-Tuválkin, 17 April 2012
Arche Works is a U.S. Chicago-based "multi disciplinary nonprofit design organization dedicated to envision and advancing a better quality of life for communities through socially responsible and environmentally conscious design
solutions that address the greatest urban challenges of the 21st century", according to their website at www.archeworks.org/.
In its showcase designed facilities in the Near North Side of Chicago, a photo hosted on the Wikimedia Commons commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Archeworks_exterior.jpg (no longer available), "a grey flag with red lettering and black pinstripe flies from a flag pole in front". There's additional double width white stripes along the top and bottom edges (and maybe also at host and fly, the photo is inconclusive in that regard); the lettering, in dark red, reads "Arche works" in two lines, set in slender condensed extra leaded sans serif letters (I used the NewsGoth XCn BT typeface, but it is not an exact match).
This flag design, albeit in use, doesn't match the logo / lettering used elsewhere by Arche Works, cf. www.archeworks.org/images/nav/tn_archeworkslogo.gif.
António Martins-Tuválkin, 17 April 2012