My Seattle Architects Without Borders group is having a dinner and fundraiser next week at the Seattle Impact Club.
This year, we have an extraordinary Nepal connection; Dan Mazur, the world famous Mt. Everest mountain climber and guide, will be our guest speaker. In addition to his fantastic extreme climbing stories, Dan will also be speaking about a critical project he brought to us last year regarding a convent in serious need located on the severe slopes of Everest: the dilapidated and nearly uninhabitable but still active Deboche Nunnery.
For more information on this event and the story of the project, go to:
We’d love to have you come so you can get to know us and see what we’re doing right here in Seattle, and in such places as Haiti, Peru, Nepal, and Kenya.
Architects Without Borders is a group of local Seattle Architects, Landscape Architects, Designers, Engineers, and other interested folks who come together to provide pro bono design services for communities in need. Our work is functional, sustainable, pragmatic and hopefully, uplifting!
Thanks very much,