In the aftermath of Nepal Earthquake 2015, with nearly 8,00000 buildings either rebuilt or under reconstruction, the current housing scenario of the country is random and compromises with different aspects of sustainability.
The earthquake came as an unannounced message to people that only concrete houses built in modern styles are earthquake resistant. They hesitate to build in local architectural style as a result of which these earthquake destructed communities are slowly losing their cultural values. i.e Typical Nepali architecture is being replaced by western styles.
We, Aankura Team, construct/reconstruct public buildings in eco friendly and earthquake resistant way in traditional vernacular architecture together with active public participation so that it acts as role model and catalyst in that particular community. We also help to plan, design and construct individual building of these values.
Our First Project
We have undertaken the reconstruction of Ugratara Library in Saankhu as our first pilot project. We are excited that Local management team & local evaluation team has been formed. The local municipal body is supporting us and we are currently under design phase. The project will start very soon.
Eco friendly design
Cost effective design
Active public participation