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Kesho Leo Children's Home
by watson architecture + design

            

IN THE ARCHITECTS WORDS

Kesho Leo means "Tomorrow Today" in Kiswahili, The native tongue of Tanzania where this project is situated. This complex of buildings is the result of over 4 years of work by a dedicated team of Australian
 
 

volunteers who have designed and built, alongside their indigenous counterparts, a totally self sufficient home for disadvantaged children and women in the remote rural village of Sinon near the city of Arusha.
 
DETAILS

Location
International
Architect
watson architecture + design
Contact address:
Project Team
Design architect: Robert Watson
Project architect: Robert Watson
Structural consultant: Dale Simpson: Perret Simpson Consulting engineers
Civil consultant: Dale Simpson: Perret Simpson Consulting engineers
: ESD. Mark Cummins + team Advanced Environmental. L
Electrical consultant: Mark Cummins + team Advanced Environmental. Lincol
Builder: A dedicated team of Australian volunteers working
Builder: A dedicated team of Australian volunteers working
Project manager: A dedicated team of Australian volunteers working
Photographer: A dedicated team of Australian volunteers working
Photographer: A dedicated team of Australian volunteers working
Photographer: A dedicated team of Australian volunteers working
Photographer: A dedicated team of Australian volunteers working
Entered
2010


Photographs by A dedicated team of Australian volunteers working, A dedicated team of Australian volunteers working, A dedicated team of Australian volunteers working & A dedicated team of Australian volunteers working, text by watson architecture + design

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