Kibera Hamlets School, Nairobi

Selgascano-designed pavilion transformed into school for Kenya's Kibera slum

A colourful pavilion designed by Spanish architect duo Selgascano has been shipped from a Copenhagen art museum to Africa's largest slum, where it now serves as a school for 600 orphaned children.

As revealed in these exclusive photographs by Iwan Baan, the pavilion constructed by José Selgas and Lucía Cano at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art has been rebuilt in Kibera, part of the Kenyan capital Nairobi.  (Photos © Iwan Baan)

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