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PROJECT SUMMARY

TunaHAKI integrated theater and orphanage

The concept behind the TunaHAKI integrated theater and orphanage is both ordinary and spectacular. It connects an orphanage to a public theater – a private compound with a festive gathering place.

As a communal focal point, orphans can better integrate into the life of the village; the concept also facilitates the sharing of construction and operational costs.

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Project Details
Location
Moshi, Tanzania
Authors
Saija Hollmén
MAIN AUTHOR
Saija Hollmén
Jenni Reuter
MAIN AUTHOR
Jenni Reuter
Helena Sandman
MAIN AUTHOR
Helena Sandman
Claude Armstrong
MAIN AUTHOR
Claude Armstrong
Donna Cohen
MAIN AUTHOR
Donna Cohen
Prizes
Awards
Acknowledgement prize 2008
Africa Middle East