The Scarcity and Creativity Studio (SCS) spent 5 weeks in Eco Moyo building two classrooms.
To the back of each classroom the ‘light wall’, which is built of planed softwood, allows for ventilation and the controlled penetration of natural light. The roof trusses are built with softwood and covered with corrugated metal sheets. The roofs drain all rain water into two large water tanks to the back.
Materials used were coral stone blocks rendered with cement and local earth.
These classrooms were featured in ArchDaily, the world's most visited architecture website. Read the article below: