January 5, 2016

Rwandan Share Houses featured in January issue of Design and Architecture Magazine

“We are able to include sustainable features because we demonstrated that we could do so on budget, and that they would make a difference over the long term. These include our selection of building materials, employment and trade skills taught, and the design of an energy efficient and comfortable structure. To help support the local economy, approximately 90 percent of the labor was local to Rwinkwavu and women represented one third of the staff during construction.”

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