Pakistan

Flood reconstruction across Pakistan, ARCASIA Gold winner for Category E: Social Responsible Architecture for Flood reconstruction across Pakistan by Acorp, a Karachi based architectural firm and a Mention in the same category for the Earthquake Reconstruction in Northern Pakistan

Flood reconstruction across Pakistan, ARCASIA Gold winner for Category E: Social Responsible Architecture for Flood reconstruction across Pakistan by Acorp, a Karachi based architectural firm and a Mention in the same category for the Earthquake Reconstruction in Northern Pakistan

Institute of Architects Pakistan

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PROFESSIONAL ORGANISATION
Institute of Architects Pakistan
President/Chair title: President
President Ar. Sardar Jahangir Khan
Membership and eligibility 5 year professional degree.  Plus 2 years of experience.
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Accreditation body for courses in architecture Institute of Architects Pakistan
CAA Schools of Architecture
Other schools recognised by national bodies

 

Requirements
Guidance CAA have endorsed the ethical standards for cross border practice set out in the CAA Accord on Enhancing Development Effectiveness and the International Union of Architects Guideline for Practice in a Host Nation.
Qualifications from other countries recognised by national bodies

 

Area: 796,095 sq km
Largest City: Karachi (pop. 13.21 m)
Population: 173.593m (2010)
Urban Population: 36%
Population Growth: 2.2% p.a. (1990–2010)
GNI p.c:. US$1,050 (2010)
GDP p.c growth: 1.7% p.a. (1990–2010)

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Climate: Extreme variations of temperature. The northern mountains are cold, with long and severe winters. Temperatures on the Balochistan plateau are high. Along the coastal strip, the climate is modified by sea breezes. In the rest of the country, the temperature rises steeply in summer. Seasons are: cold season (December to March), hot season (April to June), monsoon season (July to September) and post-monsoon season (October and November). Rainfall varies from 760–1,270mm in the Himalayan foothills to 210mm in Balochistan.

 

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Updated 08/07/14 Please inform us of any errors or out of date information.
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