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In Bongo they needed housing for three teachers from the new school. Compressed earth blocks were now used not only for making the walls, but also for the first time for the roof. The design is adapted to the requirements of the building technique with the result that the roofs are formed by tunnel vaults.



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Project name: Dwellings Sangha Bongo
Description: Three dwellings for the teachers in Sangha Bongo
Category: housing
Design: Foundation Dogon Education
Building status: under construction
Location: Bongo, Mali
Coordinates: 14°27'51'' N, 3°18'22.3'' W
Tags: participation, mud brick
Project ID: 113
Published: 15 September 2011
Last updated: 15 September 2011
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