Indigenous Placekeeping Framework (IPKF): Lessons from practice to teaching

This is part of a conference paper submitted by Wanda Dalla Costa, AIA, LEED A.P. for the Scholarship of Social Engagement, Un

Elevating the Sensory + Spiritual, Diné College Library

Indigenous architecture often moves beyond the spatial, having to address the ideological, spiritual, social, sensory and/or s

Indigenous Planning Process in action at the Native American Cultural Center, AZ

Bravo to Studio Ma on their engaging process. Gathering community perspectives is one of the biggest challenges to indigenous

“Arctic Adaptations: Nunavut at 15” starting at Winnipeg Gallery Feb 28, 2015

We are always looking for research projects that critically assess architecture’s role in indigenous communities, challe

Outdoor Teaching Spaces as Conduits for Traditional Learning, Sk’elep K-7 School

Kudos to designers of this K-7 school in Kamloops, BC. The school is guided by a vision of balancing traditional Secwepemc Cul

Pre-fab Houses: Ready for Occupancy in 1 Day

We are always on the lookout for exceptional housing design ideas that may provide a solution to the shortage of quality homes

Aboriginal boutique hotel – west coast style!

Love this place. Been waiting a long time to see a a great indigenized contemporary hotel. Bravo! http://www.skwachays.com/ ht

12 tribes & 7 reservations represented in the Payne Family Native American Center (MT)

As collective societies extended their territories, they would border on other cultural groups.  And when they interacted wit

39 tribes in the Indian School of Milwaukee (WI)

Chris Cornelius (Onieda) was the Aboriginal consultant for Anthony Predock’s Indian School of Milwaukee. The building won Am

22 Tribes in the American Indian Cultural Centre and Museum (OK)

Johnson Fain Architects took their intertribal explorations in a different direction. Referred to as an ‘ideological union