Volunteers from Islamabad and Karachi work in the garden with the schoolchildren. In the video clips below, Insia, one of the Indus Valley architecture students, explains what they are teaching the kids to build.
They’ll make a scaled model first and then the carpenter will build most of the structure under Husain’s (another intern) supervision, but on the premises so that all the children will also learn from him and. Each class get a chance to construct at least three or four of the triangles. Their first carpentry class and actual involvement with building their own garden spaces. Continue reading