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Interview with Architect Yasmeen Lari

Interview with Architect Yasmeen Lari

“Innovative sustainable construction with limited funds can serve the poor and heal the planet” Yasmeen Lari is...

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Barefoot Social Architecture - Healing the Planet

Barefoot Social Architecture - Healing the Planet

On July  18, 2020  Green Building Council of Sri Lanka hosted an online discussion on “Barefoot Social Architecture Healing the Planet” with Ar. Yasmeen Lari.

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Virtual Space by Mawane

Virtual Space by Mawane

On June 22, 2020 an online lecture with Ms. Yasmeen Lari was organized by Mawane, a non-profit platform that pursues experimental and collaborative urban and architectural research (www.mawane.org).

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Guest Discussion with AA School of Architecture, UK Students

Guest Discussion with AA School of Architecture, UK Students

On May 27, 2020 a guest discussion with Ar. Yasmeen Lari was organized by Architectural Association School of Architecture, UK as part of their Speculative Studies course. 

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Online Lecture Series by  Ar. Yasmeen Lari

Online Lecture Series by Ar. Yasmeen Lari

Amidst this global pandemic and our continued ongoing efforts to highlight the role of Social Responsibility in Architecture, IAP-RIC in collaboration with INTBAU Pakistan Chapter has announced  the launch of a special virtual lecture series on “Architecture, disaster management and post COVID-19 world” featuring the esteemed Ar. Yasmeen Lari (Founder Chair, INTBAU Pakistan, Co-Founder and CEO, Heritage Foundation of Pakistan), and Ar.Murad Jamil, Founder Member and Advisor, INTBAU, Pakistan Chapter. 

You can watch these lectures online, link:
https://www.facebook.com/iap.ric.official/videos/238354867384474/UzpfSTQzMjQ5MDY2MDE1NzM4NzozNzM1ODMzNTg5ODIzMDYx/

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Heritage Foundation of Pakistan Survival of rural and local enterprises

Heritage Foundation of Pakistan Survival of rural and local enterprises

After attending one such Green Livelihoods workshop last year, a team of six participants from the village Pillari 2 decided to make soaps from natural reetha (soap-nut). Little did they know that their micro-enterprise will not only help them make ends meet but also provide a valuable service during a grave emergency. With the onset of COVID-19, hand washing became essential to control the spread of the virus. This provided an opportunity to the reetha soap team to begin marketing their product as soon as there was a little relaxation in the lockdown. 

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