Arkitrek Camp2 Photos

by | April 29th, 2012 | Arkitrek Camp | One Comment

Sexy architects collect driftwood for Arkitrek volunteer project

Congratulations to our arkitrekkers for making Arkitrek Camp2 such an outstanding success. Their brief was to inspire water conservation practices on the stunning and isolated island of Mantanani. In practice this was to be an eye catching roof structure as the core component of a rainwater harvesting system. The roof/s will also provide bunk-bed style accommodation for the community tourism operation at Camp Mantanani. We reckon they achieved that, and then some…

Beautiful Mantanani: Boat at anchor

Arkitrek Camp2 finished product; A rainwater harvesting system / accommodation block for Camp Mantanani community tourism operation

Camp Borneo client rep Mel Chu (centre) tests out the bunks with the arkitrekkers

Arkitrekkers seen through the mesh of their bunks

Arkitrek founder, Ian Hall gets shown around the finished project

Work in progress drilling and notching

Mantanani kids learning where their water comes from

Superstructure more or less done

Nuts are greased to reduce corrosion

Menghargai Air – value water

Rainwater harvester first-flush diverter and a green-and-hairy wall

Anna and Anna pose in the completed and occupied building

Final day team photo with extra guests; Ian+Eve and their wedding party.

Beautiful Mantanani

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