In 2005, the IwB was approached by representatives of the Hampton Group to investigate housing solutions for Southern Sudan. The IwB conducted a three-day design charrette executed by a small team of interdisciplinary professionals and invited guest experts. The charrette concentrated on achieving a modest, permanent residential shelter that could provide essential living services for local families and/ or foreign aid workers. It looked at the City of Juba and the greater Equatoria region, the area in which the Hampton Group was most active.
Read More about this project in the charrette report below.