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Arkitrek 2015 Highlights

Highlights of 2015! Scroll down for some major Flashbacks!! Projects The finished building of the Tinangol Kindergarten early this year. Time Capsule designed by our intern Chris for the Sabah Forestry Department is complete! The Mantanani Groundwater research is completed and results show that the level of sustainable water and water in the reservoir is […]

Meet the Arkitrek Interns!

Photo taken on Sophia's last day in the office. From left to right: Sioned, Beth, Sophia, Erica and Jason.

(Photo taken on Sophia’s last day in the office. From left to right: Sioned, Beth, Sophia, Erica and Jason.) Arkitrek’s family has grown through the years and this year, we have added another 3 more into our ever growing social enterprise. Meet our present interns Beth, Sioned and Erica! Beth and Sioned are both Architect […]

A prosperous future for The Gathering Place

The Gathering Place

The Gathering Place frames the path leading to the summit of Bukit Gumantung In September the Arkitrek Gathering Place team left Bukit Gumantung, and dispersed to pursue new and exciting ventures. The local villages have since taken ownership of the project, and have been working hard to finish the first half of the building. As […]

Meet the Gumantung Team

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During Arkitrek’s ‘The Gathering Place’ camp, we met and befriended the most enthusiastic and lively bunch of guys up at Gumantung. It didn’t take long for our group and these young men to get acquainted and form a friendship. This is probably one of the most remarkable things about being in Arkitrek- To be able […]

Buayan: A Story of Serendipity

Ulu Papar Bio-cultural Heritage Centre

Just recently, the Dissolva team visited Buayan again to continue their volunteer work constructing the Bio-Cultural Heritage Centre and it is with great pleasure to reveal that the project that was initiated two years ago is finally completed! It was lovely that Arkitrek was given another opportunity to collaborate with the Dissolva again. The 10 day programme that consisted of workshops, presentations and building work with the group went smoothly and resulted in satisfactory completion of the Bio-Cultural Heritage Centre.