We are happy to announce the 16TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HUMANE HABITAT (ICHH) 2014 slated for Jan 29-31, 2014
The theme of this year’s conference is:
People’s Participation in Evolving Humane Habitats
In so many a ways, the development of human settlements is an epic story of on going mission of people’s participation. Without active involvement and participation of groups, neighbours and communities, it was not possible to master the adverse conditions and transform them into constructive possibility of making of a safe and secure habitation. As the collective efforts to shape a livable and sustainable human settlements succeeded in developing the settlement to a higher order, from tribal hamlets to a village and a market town, to a provincial city, the need for managing the settlement required a more sophisticated and organized governance.
Continue reading the entire details on the 16th ICHH 2014 page
The registration for the
15th International Conference on Humane Habitat
11th International Student Design Competition
is now open.
Please download forms from the links below
15th ICHH 2013 Registration Form: Download as PDF
11th ISDC 2013 Registration Form: Download as PDF
11TH IAHH International Student Design Competition
Theme: Redevelopment of a high density urban community in an existing city
The 11th IAHH International Student Design Competition (ISDC) shall focus on the theme of redevelopment of a dense residential locality in an existing city with
an aim to transform the area into a vibrant humane and sustainable community through innovative planning, design and construction which addresses
the key issue of evolving sustainable humane habitats.
Full details of the competition brief and registration available on the 11th ISDC 2013 page.
We are happy to announce the 15th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HUMANE HABITAT 2013 slated for February 2013.
The Theme of the Conference will be:
Reinventing Our Metropolises as Sustainable Humane Habitats
21st Century is marked by a rapid growth of metropolises all around the world. For the first time in human history more than half of the humanity now lives in the urban areas. Yet, the quality of life
in most of our metropolises, cities and towns is not satisfactory. Humanizing our habitats is a critical issue that needs urgent attention of architects, planners, engineers, social and environmental scientists, policy makers, administrators, businesses and industry, government and non-governmental organizations at local, state, national and international levels.
Continue reading about the theme and other logistical information on the 15th ICHH 2013 page