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            Riva Nayaju

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            PRESENTED ON JUL 17, 2018
            IN STILLWATER @ VOL 1

            An amazing artist with a degree in architecture, Riva Nayaju is currently a graduate student in graphic design at Oklahoma State University. She believes in hard work and utilizing every single day to the most. Greatly inspired by her father (Artist/Designer), she yearns to mold her dreams up to her own unlimited expectations.

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            Japan Inspired

            BY RABAN RUDDIGKEIT
            IN BERLIN

            Corporate idea maverick Raban Ruddigkeit shares beautiful design solutions to support Japan, and openly discusses the question as to how design can or cannot help in the Fukushima aftermath.
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            Demeo & Porvett

            BY DARIO DE MEO + MARIANNA PORCELLATO PORVETT
            @ VOL 2 ON JAN 31, 2013

            Lei Architetto, lui Designer si laureano rispettivamente allo IUAV di Venezia e al Politecnico di Milano e nel 2010, dopo varie esperienze in studi professionali, iniziano la loro collaborazione che li porterà a confrontarsi con il mondo del product, contract, interior e graphic design...

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            Redesign a School

            BY PASCALE SABLAN
            @ VOL 4 ON MAY 18, 2015

            Architect Pascale Sablan is sharing her experience promoting diversity and including children in the design process of redesigning a school in Haiti after the earthquake. Following the international building code in the design she is also quantifying the sustainability of the product and encouraging the audience to share their passion and knowledge with children.

             

            This was "Presentation of the Day" on July 15, 2015.

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            Inspired by Nepal, a Langtang Ago

            BY BRIAN SCOTT PETERSON
            IN TOKYO

            Prior to establishing himself in Tokyo over a decade ago, Brian Scott Peterson made a trip half way around the world to, in his words "the mystifyingly scenic", country of Nepal. In a wonderlust quest for "adventure of most epic proportions", Peterson set off from age-old city Kathmandu, long-hauling across treacherous trail to the Himalayan kingdoms highest peaks, to the remote mountainous village of Langtang, a journey against all others after would be measured.  

            Heartbroken to see the recent devastation and disastrous loss of the place that forever changed his life, he offers this emotional tale of his sojourn there, simply as a starting point.  

            No stranger to disaster response, Peterson hopes to eventually repeat in Nepal his successful volunteer effort from Japan, the family photo rebuilding project Photohoku

            Finally he asks, "How can the tried and true creativity in the greater PechaKucha community rally to share stories and support for Nepal?"

            Check out his past presentations about Photohoku:

            Photohoku

            Photohoku 2.0

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            This Visual Utopia: Limitless Art in the Twin Cities

            BY TAMI MILLER
            @ VOL 1 ON MAY 14, 2015

            Tami Miller, curator at the Krasl Art Center, explores the potential visual utopia that is possible in the small lakeside town of St. Joseph, Michigan. What is possible if the world's great urban art makers enlivened our public spaces and architecture?

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            Himalayan DIY'n

            BY BEN AYERS
            @ VOL 13 ON JUL 03, 2015

            "It's an important and powerful time.  It's also an opportunity for us to re-write the book on how earthquakes go in developing nations."

            In Himalayan DIY'n from PechaKucha Katmandu Vol. 13, and as part of our Inspire Nepal Initiative, Ben Ayers, a long term expatriate resident of Nepal tells a few stories about how locals organized themselves after the earthquake, and how the inherent resiliency of Nepalis will be the key to the reconstruction.

            This was "Presentation of the Day" on Monday, Aug 24th, 2015.

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            Civic Hacking in Nepal

            BY MIKE ZUCKERMAN
            @ VOL 13 ON JUL 03, 2015

            Mike Zuckerman offers up some personal insights and some inspirational ideas for the what could possibly be the silver lining in Nepal's rebuilding post-earthquake. Moved by a friend who tragically perished on Mt. Everest, he suggests the time is now or never, proposing a bold vision of making creative new cities in the aftermath of disaster that can be a better reflections of the wishes and dreams of its inhabitants.

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            Ateliér Vltava

            BY ZBYNěK BUCHTA
            @ VOL 1 ON AUG 21, 2015

            Zbyněk Buchta presents the work of his studio since very beging. During over 9 years of work they manage to do architecture, interiors and graphic design.

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            Rebuilding the Future of Nepal

            BY NEVO SHINAAR
            ON SEP 29, 2015

            "We cannot control nature. It does what it does. However we can control human nature and our ability to work together in the face of these odds."

            In Rebuilding the Future of Nepal, from our Inspire Nepal Channel, Nevo Shinaar shares the story of his involvement in the Earthquake in Nepal in 2015. After committing for 10 month's work as a volunteer in Nepal, aimed to help rural communities become more resilient to globalisation and external changes, and to enhance their quality of life, Shinaar had such a meaningful experience that he decided to stay longer and facilitate a new group of volunteers. Within another 8 months, the ravaging earthquake sent the entire country into a state of disarray particularly the very communities with with whom he'd be working. In trying to address the needs of these communities in ways that were most relevant and effective he learned some life lessons, and shares them with us here.

            This was "Presenation of the Day" on Friday October 2nd, 2015.

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