We came across an interesting project featured in this month’s edition of Domus Magazine: an Emergency Pediatric Clinic in Darfur by Italian architects Tamassociati for the Italian nonprofit Emergency NGO.

The article notes the thoughtful architectural design and the combination of traditional building techniques and innovative low-tech cooling systems. Certainly a beautiful building with interesting features, though we were left wanting to know more, especially concerning costs and community involvement and reception of the building; valuable and useful information for any architect involved with international cooperation and emergency architecture.

See the entire article at Domus.


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