What We Do

Inadequate housing makes it impossible for people, particularly vulnerable and at-risk communities, to achieve health.

ARCHIVE Global (Architecture for Health in Vulnerable Environments) is an award-winning international organization that uses housing design as a key preventative strategy in improving health outcomes in vulnerable communities around the world. Through simple, innovative, and cost-effective built environment interventions paired with community health awareness campaigns, our research has proven that these strategies improve the health-outcomes of our beneficiaries.

Learn more about Our Story.

Our Work

Each of our projects focuses on one specific health concern and one specific built intervention to improve the targeted health concern, and encompass research, the design of the built environment, and advocacy. Communities of need exist in both developing and developed countries, and our projects reflect that. Explore all of our Work.

News & Insights

Stay informed with updates, projects, reports, and upcoming events on the ARCHIVE Instagram Feed.

2020 is ARCHIVE’s third year participating in #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving that harnesses the collective power of individuals, communities and organizations to encourage philanthropy and to celebrate generosity worldwide. Buying Giving Tuesday Benefit raffle tickets or a cash donation are both an investment in the future of ARCHIVE. We have exciting projects in the pipeline to implement in 2021 and a year-end donation will support our project work, our staff, and our hard working interns.

One raffle ticket costs $10. Visit the Benefit’s registration page and click “Register” to view raffle item details! All are great gift ideas!
Link to register: http://ow.ly/sJU850CuOP2
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2020 is ARCHIVE’s third year participating in #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving that harnesses the collective power of individuals, communities and organizations to encourage philanthropy and to celebrate generosity worldwide. Buying Giving Tuesday Benefit raffle tickets or a cash donation are both an investment in the future of ARCHIVE. We have exciting projects in the pipeline to implement in 2021 and a year-end donation will support our project work, our staff, and our hard working interns.

One raffle ticket costs $10. Visit the Benefit’s registration page and click “Register” to view raffle item details! All are great gift ideas!
Link to register: http://ow.ly/MBvk50CuOP3
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Our Giving Tuesday Benefit is 6 days away! Buy a raffle ticket and support ARCHIVE as we kick off the holiday season.
Link to register and buy raffle tickets: t.ly/JXUH

We will gather for a panel conversation, ARCHIVE project updates, and raffle prizes. The panel will feature Bobby Derival, Executive Director of the Master's in Public Administration Program at CCNY, Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership and ARCHIVE alum and Giselle Sebag, Global Cities Consultant at Bloomberg Associates and ARCHIVE Board of Advisors member, in a conversation moderated by Sarah Ruel-Bergeron, ARCHIVE’s Executive Director.

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On the Blog

Find out the latest in health and the built environment on our Blog Feed.

Interview with Mario Novas, Director of Hacer Mucho Con Poco

In February, ARCHIVE hosted an exclusive screening of the film Hacer Mucho Con Poco, offering an exciting and inspiring look at a new “architectural movement” coming out of Ecuador. The film focused on how the discipline can be made more accessible through creative uses of local materials and new approaches to funding. Hacer Mucho Con […]

Architecture and Global Health: Demonstrating the Links

The built environment mediates our exposure to the outer world, yet how it does so is rarely discussed- probably because there is little credible evidence in the first place on how exactly actions in the built environment affect health, nutrition, or other spheres of life. How should such a conversation begin? The work that ARCHIVE does in low- […]

Promoting Senior Health in Interior Environments

Above: Seating arrangements can promote socializing. (Catalina Design Group) Healthy environments are a fundamental right of all people, and we owe it to senior generations to provide a safe and adequate standard of living. From big-picture programming and promoting safety in spatial design, to details like ergonomic comfort, the impact of design decisions spreads beyond […]

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