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Guadalajara, México: un edificio comunitario de muros de bahareque y celosía de carrizo,© Pedro Bravo, Sofia Hernández, Francisco Martínez

Galería de Guadalajara, México: un edificio comunitario de muros de bahareque y celosía de carrizo - 4

In 4 Days, 100 Volunteers Used Mud and Reeds To Build This Community Center in Mexico,© Pedro Bravo, Sofia Hernández, Francisco Martínez

Guadalajara, México: un edificio comunitario de muros de bahareque y celosía de carrizo

Galería de Guadalajara, México: un edificio comunitario de muros de bahareque y celosía de carrizo - 21

Image 21 of 53 from gallery of In 4 Days, 100 Volunteers Used Mud and Reeds To Build This Community Center in Mexico. Photograph by Pedro Bravo, Sofia Hernández, Francisco Martínez

Son La Restaurant. Location: Son La, Son La, Vietnam; firm: Vo Trong Nghia Architects; photos: Hiroyuki Oki; year: 2014.

Gallery of Son La Restaurant / VTN Architects - 2

Gallery of In 4 Days, 100 Volunteers Used Mud and Reeds To Build This Community Center in Mexico - 42

Gallery of In 4 Days, 100 Volunteers Used Mud and Reeds To Build This Community Center in Mexico - 42

Image 42 of 53 from gallery of In 4 Days, 100 Volunteers Used Mud and Reeds To Build This Community Center in Mexico. Photograph by Pedro Bravo, Sofia Hernández, Francisco Martínez

Cortesía de Marta Maccaglia, Paulo Afonso, Piers Blake

Aula Multifuncional Mazaronkiari / Marta Maccaglia + Paulo Afonso

6 Community Architecture Projects in the Peruvian Jungle,Multifunctional Classroom Mazaronkiari. Image Courtesy of Marta Maccaglia, Paulo Afonso, Piers Blake

Centro Comunitário sustentável é construído em 4 dias no México

In 4 days, 100 volunteers used mud & reeds to build The Community Center in Mexico City © Pedro Bravo, Sofia Hernández, Francisco Martínez

Galería de Escuela de Artes Visuales de Oaxaca / Taller de Arquitectura-Mauricio Rocha - 24

Escuela de Artes Visuales de Oaxaca / Taller de Arquitectura - Mauricio Rocha

The first two phases of the Oaxaca School of Plastic Arts by Taller de Arquitectura - Mauricio Rocha have been completed with buildings made of rammed earth and stone.

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