Indigenous Housing Competition / D Gulewich
The jury for the Indigenous Housing Competition met on November 18.
The winning entry by Marie-Claude Gravel, Pierre-Olivier Demeule and Antonin Boulanger Cartier looks at a new strategy for housing in the Inuit community of Salluit in Nunavik.
Second place winner, Evan Taylor, proposes a strategy to unravel and unpack individual and community issues.
Third place winners, Egest Gjinali, Suzanne Laure Doucet and Colleen Lashuk, propose a strategy for a community in northern Quebec based on an incremental design approach.
St Anne's Dining Hall, Ghana / L Hill
AWB partners with a course offered by the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Manitoba called Service Learning in the Global Community.
St Anne's Boarding School, Ghana / L Hill
Bo-Tree Complex, Sri Lanka / K Beaverford
Presby Library, Ghana / J Frank
Mud Houses in Nepal / K Beaverford
The Healthy Mud House was a workshop offered by SOS Children's Village Itahari, AWB Nepal & AWB Canada.
AWB Travel Grant Recipient / J Lipinsky
AWB Travel Grant Recipient Katy Lipinsky travels to the Dominican Republic to volunteer on a Shine the Light Initiative build.
Fundraising in Winnipeg / J Sherk
Bhavana Bonde hosts a cooking class as a fundraiser at the Architecture 49 office. Another AWB member, Victor Kolynchuk, lends a helping hand.