With far too much work and not enough time on beaches, the Arkitrek office uprooted to Maliangin Island for a 3 day retreat. The objective; to discuss Arkitrek marketing, business development and to strengthen office bonds. Here’s how it went… (Sadly, we were missing Rahim, who had commitments in KK)
conserving natural resources through design & education
Simon Feather worked with Arkitrek in 2013/ 2014, first on an Arkitrek Camp and subsequently as a site architect on the SAFE project. He kept a series of beautiful sketches, recording his perception and philosophy of design and the natural environment…
Arkitrekkers: Simon Feather, Kate Neilsen, Phillip Bongomin and Jonathan Dolan inadvertently booked their holiday in a disaster area. Instead of cancelling, they decided to find a way to make themselves useful.
In 2013, Borneo Adventure commissioned Arkitrek to redesign it’s flagship jungle lodge at Nanga Sumpa, Ulu Ai, Sarawak. Here’s the design concept for the Main Lodge building.
Arkitrek Works sells bamboo weave building components that revive Sabah’s indigenous culture and protect natural resources. They also look rather nice:)