Building Communities Initiative (BCI) aims to address the dire global housing shortage in emerging nations, giving rise to large, insanitary, unsafe slum developments.
BCI (Building Communities Initiative) is an organisation conceived in Western Australia with a global reach to create multi-generational change to countless families.
The BCI system features innovative lightweight concrete prefabricated system. The houses and associated commercial buildings will be provided together with off-grid sustainable services; renewable (solar) electricity, clean water (rainwater harvesting and filtration), internal roads, closed-loop waste management systems and urban agriculture, building resilient, inclusive, self-sustaining communities, boosting local food production, reducing carbon emissions and mitigating the effects of climate change. BCI has a mandate to provide a minimum of 100,000 quality and affordable homes across 100 communities every year, from order to occupancy at the lowest possible cost to the people of Emerging nations, at a scale and pace that will have an accelerated contribution to the economic development of countries that collaborate with this initiative. Ultimately, local manufacturing hubs will be set up in host country to create employment and provide skills and training.
M-Ofis Architects was established as an Architecture Design Office on 1997, and since then, pioneered by Sinan Timocin and Serkan Igdelipinar, numerous architectural projects and buildings have been accomplished.
M-Ofis Architects has internalized a basic principle of representing the buildings’ bond with its surrounding, climate and the cultural values by creating a simple and modern architectural design concept. At the same time, the aim is to design sustainable architectural work of arts in which function and aesthetics are united, as well as designing buildings that has positive contribution to the environment on which they are located.
Sustainability is an international, cross-disciplinary, scholarly and open access journal of environmental, cultural, economic, and social sustainability of human beings. Sustainability is indexed by the Science Citation Index Expanded, the Social Sciences Citation Index (Web of Science) and other databases, and has an Impact Factor of 1.789 (Journal Citations Reports, 2016), which can ensure the widest dissemination of your published work.
Journal of Contemporary Urban Affairs (IJCUA) is the interdisciplinary academic, refereed journal which publishes two times a year by Anglo-American Publications LLC. The journal of Contemporary Urban Affairs (IJCUA) brings together all the theories, manifestos and methodologies on contemporary urban spaces to raise the understanding for the future of urban planning. Overall, the journal of contemporary urban affairs aimed to establish a bridge between theory and practice in the built environment. Thus, it reports on the latest research findings and innovative approaches, methodologies for creating, assessing, and understanding of contemporary built environments.
A broad outline of the journal’s scope includes: peer-reviewed original research articles, case and technical reports, reviews and analysed, Papers, short communications, and notes to the editor. All scholars, and practitioners, professionals, researchers, and policy makers with a common interest to study in the field of architecture and urban design from different disciplines, such as Art, Architecture, Landscape, Urban Plane and Urban Design are welcome to share their research. The journal only publishes research of the highest quality and impact. ISSN 2475-6156 (print) ISSN 2475-6164 (online)
Oakthorpe Turkish School (OTS) is a ‘Not for Profit Community based organisation, fully committed to teaching Turkish language and culture to Turkish speaking families at all levels living in the United Kingdom, based in London.
OTS is a multi-Award Winning charitable organisation, established in 1996 by a former Local Education Authority School Governor based at the same school since 1993. It’s was initially formed to give after school further educational support to help raise educational achievements in compulsory education years amongst the unsatisfactory achievements in the Turkish speaking children and pupils. Since OTS was formed it has been guiding them to be more Confident, to Integrate, more Tolerant, and to make them aware the importance in being successful in educational study towards a brighter future, locally, nationally and internationally. For Further information contact OTS from firstname.lastname@example.org