The Lake Bunyonyi Secondary School, located in a remote rural region of Uganda, needs more classrooms and an assembly hall that will function as a dining room and meeting space, which can also be rented out for community events during holidays to provide income. The majority of the 240 pupils live too far from the school to travel in every day, so most board. Many are orphans.
The scheme proposes that a block of 3 classrooms can open up and combine into a larger, multi-use space. The classrooms could be angled in such a way that the outer walls open onto a covered external space creating a natural gathering area.
Project Lead: Feilden Clegg Bradley
Location: Bunyoni, Uganda
Start Date: 2008
Completion Date: Still in progress