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Architecture in Community. How can an EMI architecture best serve communities and the church?
A South African architect faces her first project trip—a university campus in rural Tanzania.
Without centralized air conditioning, how do we go about creating indoor environments where people can comfortably work, play and live?
Creating sources of water: design parameters for the construction of earthen dams.
A former child slave follows God’s call to rebuild lives of hope for Haiti.
Concrete frame with masonry infill, and confined masonry: how do these two systems differ?
Designing toward resiliency in the developing world: Fire Risk Reduction of new and existing structures.
The anchor of EMI Uganda’s Construction Workshop is a Ugandan carpenter with a vision for sharing his vocational skills.
A group of South Korean Christians prepare for an open door on the Korean peninsula.
The architectural product of EMI is not simply a building, it is a way of thinking together.