In conjunction with the GTZ and local government, Miriam worked as part of an international team of architects and engineers in an initiative to repair and regenerate an historic Himalayan market town. She recorded traditional Hindu urban infrastructure and undertook detailed surveys to document buildings at risk. As part of an initiative to improve the resistance of new buildings to earthquakes, she helped to design affordable, sustainable prototype homes with improved seismic performance. She contributed to a successful funding application to the European Commission’s Asia Urbs Programme to produce a digital survey of the historic town and a strategy for its socio-economic development.

 

 

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