Resilience by Design | Nepal 2016
Reactivating traditional urban settlements through integrated design, planning and building strategies
Where? Kathmandu, Nepal
When? 10th – 23rd September
*Who? Architects, engineers, planners and related built environment practitioners and researchers.
To apply: Application Form
Application deadline: 4th July 2016
How much? £800 [includes meals, accommodation and travel during the workshop. Flights and airport pick-up not included]
The workshop Resilience by Design Nepal 2016 counts towards Challenging Practice Stage B accreditation.
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* Applications for the RbD Nepal workshop are now closed! We are most grateful for the overwhelming response to this call and the interest and support coming from different disciplines and parts of the world.We will now start the selection process for a maximum of 30 participants. Successful applicants will be notified by Thursday 7th July. Namaste! *
ASF-UK’s RbD programme, ASF Nepal and UN-Habitat are launching a call for a multidisciplinary* group of volunteers to support the ongoing post-earthquake reconstruction process in Bungamati, a badly-damaged historic town in the Kathmandu Valley with a wealth of traditional architecture, public spaces, heritage and cultural legacies.
During this workshop, volunteers will learn and work alongside the residents and 15 community architects and engineers, by co-designing reactivating strategies for three neighbourhood clusters in Bungamati, focusing on design, planning and building techniques. Each cluster is composed by distinct housing typologies, social and spiritual public spaces, as well as cultural practices. The strategies will then be discussed with the municipality and the different stakeholders involved in the larger reconstruction programme of the Kathmandu Valley.
Join us for 12 days to support an inclusive, safe and sustainable reconstruction process rooted on community empowerment and the safeguard of the heritage and cultural wealth of the Kathmandu Valley.
Resilience by Design 2016 is an initiative by Architecture Sans Frontières UK in partnership with Architecture Sans Frontières Nepal and UN-Habitat, as part of a larger long term reconstruction and recovery collaboration for urban settlements in the Kathmandu Valley.
The workshop is part of RIBA CPD Providers Assessed Material and RIBA CPD Core Curriculum.
VOLUNTEER POSITIONS AVAILABLE IN NEPAL AFTER THE WORKSHOP
We are opening a selection process for 3 Volunteer positions in Nepal available after the workshop, working with ASF Nepal and the RbD team to develop the projects towards implementation. Accommodation and meals will be provided! More info and application process: email@example.com