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Old, makeshift dormitories for ethnic students in the northern mountains were sometimes made by putting timber panels together. Now, these shacks are being replaced with stable buildings, made with solid construction materials – and love. The love comes from Lê Thu Huyền, the founder of a four-year-old project called Nabe.Arc (Natural Beauty in Architecture).
The new dormitories are built on the campus of the few schools available, often behind or next to the classrooms. They have bunk beds and kitchens where students living far away can stay free of charge. New schools are also being built by Nabe.Arc. Continue reading “Young architect shows her love for mountain people”