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A Place to Learn

Mark your calendars! Last Fall, Assistant Professor Elizabeth Golden along with Bob Hull of Miller | Hull Architects,  taught this exciting Arch 503 studio,  “Afghanistan Studio”,  which developed design proposals for the Gohar Khaton Girls’ School located in Mazar-i-sharif, Afghanistan in collaboration with Seattle-based Ayni Education International. Read about the studio in this previous post.

Attend the opening reception for the gallery exhibit !

A Place to Learn: Sustainable School Design in Afghanistan
AIA Seattle Gallery Exhibit

Opening Reception: Tuesday, May 14
5:00 – 7:00 at the AIA Seattle Design Gallery at 1911 First Ave | Seattle

We invite everyone the opening reception for A Place To Learn: Sustainable School Design online casino in Afghanistan. The exhibition features proposals for the Gohar Khaton Girls’ School, in Mazar-i-Sharif, located in northern Afghanistan. Working with the Seattle-based aid organization, Ayni Education International, and sponsored by the Janet W. Ketcham Foundation, graduate architecture students at the University of Washington have developed schemes that respond to the local culture and climate of the region in new and innovative ways, while also providing a comfortable and safe learning environment for women and girls.

For more information about the show:
A Place To Learn | AIA Seattle Design Gallery

Opening reception announcement:


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 Image courtesy of AYNI Education International
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