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170  An installation by the co-founders of ASA studio, architects Nerea Amorós Elorduy -PhD candidate at the Bartlett/UCL, London – and Tomà Berlanda -Professor and Director at the School of Architecture and Planning at UCT, Cape Town The installation is the result of their four year (2011-2014) professional, scholarly and educational architecture project in Rwanda, and wishes to introduce visitors to the particular conditions of the country, its rural settlements and communities, and the role that architecture can play in the building of society. By materially collating the experience and techniques of building over twenty Early Childhood education facilities with the firm ASA (short for Active Social Architecture) they cofounded and led until November 2014, what is on show is their archive, a visual and textual record and resource. Worker on site,   in Nyamagabe ECD centre, plastering the blackboard in a stimulation room. 2014 Community participation workshop, Ruhango ECD centre. 2014 Worker at Nyamasheke ECD centre, landscaping the central playground. 2013


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