Modular Temporary Buildings by IADDIC are tailored for a variety of uses. Whether your modular temporary buildings needs are for disaster relief, storage, offices, or low cost housing we have various models and styles to consider.
Our modular temporary buildings range from our long-lasting tent shelter, panel shelters, all one piece shelter house, and our ...Continue
Sustainable development and housing are intrinsically linked and I will lay out how one is not mutually exclusive of the other. As a matter of fact I will present the very real link between the two as they relate to improving peoples lives today and into the following generations.
Sustainable development is a term that congers up all types of images depending on your point of reference. While consulting at the ...Continue
Housing the bottom of the pyramid is fast becoming a priority for many nations. The challenge is to bridge the gaps between affordable commodity products, housing finance, and sustainable development as it applies to income development, social inclusion and environmental impacts.
The bottom of the pyramid is expanding at unprecedented rates and the global housing crisis is being exacerbated by policies which focus on ...Continue
We recognize that core building products, shelter, affordable housing, transitional shelters, panel shelters, and even SIP panels may NOT be at the top of your list of things to think about. So, we want instead to let you know that we are doing our best to remain committed to serving you and delivering the worlds best Structurally Insulated products that are affordable, easy to build and deploy, ...Continue
Linking Poverty to Rio+20 and Green Energy
Can Rio+20 really create Green Energy Jobs to alleviate Poverty
Both sides of the energy/poverty equation are sometimes mutually exclusive. When asking a person living in poverty to describe what they need to improve their lives the answer is not surprising! A little more money. Talk about sustainability and although their is ...Continue
The United Nations recently announced their sustainable goals regarding housing to be accomplished by 2020.
Goal No. 7d reads, “Achieve significant improvement in lives of at least 100 million slum dwellers”. Now, benefitting 100 million people living in slums sounds like a worthy goal; and it is. That is until you begin to understand the overall magnitude of poverty. ...Continue
The Kenya Cottage is the inspiration of Ronald, a Kenyan Architect who has worked diligently to provide modern, dignified homes to lower income people living in and around Nairobi Kenya. The low cost house design seen here is scheduled to be built beginning in 2011. The program involves the development of approximately 1000 homes.
Size: approx. 840 sq. ft
Location: Nirobi, Kenya
Special Features: One piece roof and eve overhangs, sculpted tile roof, architectural features rising above the roof. All of these elements ...Continue
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