Kibera Hamlets School, SelgasCano – Wall Street Journal

KIBERA, a district of Nairobi, Kenya, is one of the largest slums in Africa, thought to house up to a million people. But now a beacon of innovative architecture has appeared among its rusty metal roofs. Earlier this year, the dark, dilapidated home of the Kibera Hamlets School was replaced with a building by Spanish architecture firm SelgasCano—a multicolored frame sheathed in translucent plastic panels, which bring in light by day and glow gently at night.

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