MAIN GOALS - GENERAL ACTIVITIES - FIELD OF EXPERTISES
Article 25 is the leading humanitarian architecture NGO in the UK. We design and deliver schools, hospitals and homes to improve education, health, standards of living and resilience to disasters.
‘Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for their health and well-being.’ - Article 25: United Nation's Declaration of Human Rights
We provide a practical solution, opening physical doors to schools, homes, hospitals and clinics. Only with safe buildings, designed to be accessible and resilient, can a basic standard of living be met and equality achieved.
An architecture charity based in London, we have over 15 years of experience working on more than 95 projects in 34 countries. We focus on designing architecturally excellent buildings built with sustainable materials, low embodied carbon, and local skillsets. The majority of projects come from repeat clients and referrals. By designing and delivering better housing, safe school buildings, and effective hospitals and clinics in often remote areas within challenging contexts we aim for a more equitable future.
ACTIVITY RELATED TO LOW GHG AND ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND RESILIENT BUILDINGS
A world with greater equality, where everyone lives in a thriving, resilient, and sustainable community, able to access education, healthcare, and a safe place to live.
We design and build schools, hospitals, and homes, with local communities, worldwide. We do this so that people have better access to education, healthcare, safer housing, and greater employment opportunities. We do
it to support the development of thriving, resilient communities, where everyone has access to a safe place to live, learn, work, play, and recover from illness, throughout life.