El Guadual is the new education center in Columbia built by Feldman + Quinones as part of the De Cero a Siempre strategy. The initiative aims to bring more attention to the youth around the world, and facilitate these individuals to have meaningful and successful lives.
The interesting thing about the overall design of the place is the material that is used: bamboo. Almost the entire center is made from this bamboo material, which was more readily available in Columbia (and as such made perfect sense to make the most of this). Kids are now able to attend the school and partake in learning, along with other individuals who are also in need of education.
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