The Architects’ Project is an autonomous initiative continuously engaging with industry experts and academics to deliver a wide range of activities and services. Our main aim is to empower the built environment community towards better ways of developing the environment and society. We use #tap to experiment with architecture as a subject that can be translated into a tool for development.
The initiative focuses on advancing the cause of context-specific architectural learning and practices using ‘bottom-up’ approaches to empower the design and built environment community in Ghana and elsewhere.
#tap facilitates critical thinking and critical writing, the culture of making, and the application of sustainable methods in the built environment. We are currently made up of individual volunteers. We use our main platform tap:Exchange to organise and deliver research/design-led programmes at both public and private venues, and we use learning, events, live projects and exhibitions to engage with the community.
Our vision is to create Ghana’s first homegrown and independent architecture hub run by it’s members, to serve its members and the wider community.
As a young initiative, The Architects’ Project aims to bring #together professionals and academics from the built environment and beyond to learn, create, exchange and apply knowledge to issues relevant to our communities through action-led tactics. We aim to:
>> create platforms to empower a learned society;Continue Reading..
We provide a number of services to help you along your project be it research, design or construction.
tap:Collective forms the task force for The Architects’ Project. We are continuously on the look out for people willing to contribute their resources, ideas, and time to help #tap realise its vision. We create opportunities for volunteers to gain back from contributing to the initiative; and we accommodate individual commitments, helping to make ‘tapping’ with us as rewarding as possible.
Click here for profiles of our 2017 team members.
To join us, or to learn more about us, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance, outlining your area of interest in ‘tapping’.
We strategically collaborate with industry experts, academics and local communities to deliver our mission. We recently initiated dialogue with the likes of the Green Ghanaian Initiative, Geointell, S. Tetteh and Associates, Scene Catalogue, Ghana Bamboo Bikes, Elsie Owusu Architects and sociarchi.
We will be glad to hear from individuals and organisations wishing to explore opportunities to work on projects and programmes with us.