Haiti - Fond des Blac Clinic
Shortly after the January 12, 2010, earthquake rocked Haiti, a multi-disciplinary group of students and faculty from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, collaborated on designing and constructing a secondary school complex in the island nation’s town of Fond-des-Blancs. The effort, called the Haiti Project, is intended to serve the region of Fond-des-Blancs as an urban migration post for Haitian school children and their families affected by the earthquake, which occurred near Haiti’s capital, Port-au-Prince. The school, completed in 2012, established a series of ongoing projects aimed at continued collaboration and development in the community of Fond des Blancs.
Eben-Ezer Medical Clinic Expansion | Ft. Liberte, Haiti
Haiti is a very impoverished nation where organized, public healthcare is virtually non-existent. The majority of the population has never […]Read More ›
Eben-Ezer Medical Clinic, Ft. Liberte Haiti
Three main focal points of the project include passive ventilation, the patient-family dynamic, and visibility and wayfinding. In our research […]Read More ›
Eben-Ezer Medical Clinic Addition
FROM THE OUTSIDE-IN: to maximize cooling within the buildings, waiting spaces for patients and their families occur in outdoor courtyards […]Read More ›