Humanitarian Efforts


Building a solid foundation for young dreamers

Entasis Group started “A Pathway to Architecture”, a Christ-centered movement that designs and builds modern forts for kids with cancer. The humanitarian design workshop was started by Entasis to give kids hope for the future, spurring imagination and play to get their minds off of the serious issues they face. Although the project was started by Entasis, it was built from the ground up with the help of generous volunteers who believed in the same vision, enabling the team to dream bigger and design better. These treehouse structures implement the modern form of all Entasis work, while serving the vital function of giving kids a space to be kids.

Entasis Group also provides pro bono design work for other organizations that benefit kids. If you would like to join in our efforts or donate to our non-profit, don’t hesitate to reach out. And, if you need building design work done for your non profit, Entasis is here to help.

Brian Ojala mentors young kids and teens that are interested in architecture as a profession. Email us if your child, teen, or student is interested in architecture. Brian would love to show them the world of design.

Soon, Entasis Group will participate in international humanitarian design work. Stay tuned to see what we’re up to.

Architect:
Brian Ojala | Entasis Group
Builder: Entasis Group, with the help of dedicated volunteers

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