Category | Arkitrek Volunteers

Mantanani Kindergarten Roof Goes Up

Mantanani Kindergarten Roof Goes Up

battling severe weather, Arkitrekkers Tan Zhen Ron and Nick Nearchou oversee the successfull raising of the roof on Mantanani Kindergarten. This landmark stage in the project was enabled by volunteers from Chevaliar College, New South Wales and as always, the whole construction operation is propped up with lashings of wry humour and hard work from Albi, Hashim and Jai of Camp Mantanani

The Arkitrek Retreat

Arkitrek retreat at Lupa Masa

In true Arkitrekking fashion, Arkitrek trekked into the forest around Lupa Masa last week to “Forget Time, Think Arkitrek.” Everyone had thought of something they wanted to impart to their colleagues and had designed a task around this. Nick was first to kick things off with his programme: ‘Building Engineering Basics for Architects – Buildings […]

The Arkitrek Manifesto – Our Progress So Far

Arkitrek 3 eggs

How we define our social objectives and how we measure the success of these has been the subject of long debate over the last year. We finally feel like we are getting somewhere. Here is the first draft of the Arkitrek Manifesto that seeks to outline who we are and what we stand for.

Volunteer Architect/Designer for MNS

Save Temenggor Campaign

Malaysian Nature Society are looking for a volunteer architect or designer to help them with the fit out of their community outreach centre in Gerik, Perak. Applicants should contact Arkitrek using our contact form.

The 3 pillars of Arkitrek

Arkitrek Volunteer Jamie Ross

Arkitrek volunteer and Dundee University student, Jamie Ross, reflects on his three months on a rural construction site in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo