The Waterbank campus is a project by PITCHAfrica that ensures no rainwater is left unused. Located in Kenya, an area that does not always receive a lot of moisture, the building "comprises [of] four distinctive structures that store high volumes of potable water at low cost, providing a year round supply," as stated on DesignBoom.
Not only does the building hold rainwater, but it also provides a place for people to learn and play sports. There is a stadium allowing teams to play soccer, and classrooms for educational purposes. When it comes to multifunctional buildings, the WaterBank campus is certainly one of them. What's better is that the facilities provide equal opportunities for both the boys and girls in the area.
Photo Credits: designboom, pitch-africa.org
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