Pombal Castle’s Striking Upgrade Forges a Connection to Portuguese History

February 3, 2012 by  
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Building Trust International Unveils Winning School Design For Child Refugees in Burma

February 3, 2012 by  
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Through their School 4 Burma competition, Building Trust International aimed to provide a modular educational facility for Burmese child migrants and refugees – and the winners have finally been announced! Out of some 800 applicants, a flat-pack, bamboo-panelled structure by architects Amadeo Bennetta and Daniel LaRossa took top honors. The competition sought sustainable solutions that addressed the huge range of issues faced by displaced communities, and Bennetta and LaRossa’s design ticked off all the checkboxes. Read the rest of Building Trust International Unveils Winning School Design For Child Refugees in Burma Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Amadeo Bennetta , Building Trust International. moving schools competition , burma displaced communities , Daniel LaRossa , migrant school design , sustainable design competition , transitional community building design

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