D4C latest project involves establishing a network of community centers that provide training and resources for individuals and organizations looking to make a positive impact in their communities. These centers will serve as hubs for community building and collaboration, helping to create stronger, more resilient communities.
D4C empowers and upskills young architects, designers, and engineers to actively engage in building sustainable societies. Our methodologies inspire innovative design solutions based on community principles, participatory approached, and sustainable development goals.
Communities with Sustainable Designs
With our firm belief that the quality of spaces is crucial for the healing process, our aim is to provide healthy, secure, and sustainable environments for multipurpose use and activities. With an action-oriented design methodology and a participatory approach, we survey actual needs and assess how our involvement impacts the community towards sustainable, active, and inclusive development.
We work hand in hand with different humanitarian agencies, NGOs, and local authorities to form innovative and recyclable design solutions for community-based projects.
D4C sets up versatile relief hubs to immediately serve the most vulnerable communities in damaged buildings after the Beirut explosion. With our firm belief that the quality of spaces is crucial for the healing process, our aim is to provide healthy, secure, empathetic, and sustainable environments.
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Design for Communities (D4C Beirut)
Sadat Street, Aramouny Building, Floor 2
Hamra, Beirut, Lebanon
Organizer: Karim Najjar (Founder/President)
Ministry of Interior Affairs, Lebanon Reg. Nr. 2062