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Habitat for Humanity House 

Date. 2010

San Lucas Sacatepequez, Guatemala

In 2010 Pablo worked in partnership with Habitat for Humanity to produce a residential property. The property consists of two bedrooms a kitchen.

In Guatemala, poor airflow in residential properties has resulted in many children developing respiratory issues. Building with Lamina POP can alleviate this as the system retains less humidity than block and mortar. Additionally, the Lamina POP system makes it easy to build tall properties, promoting airflow. In this particular building, there is an open section in the roof to further allow ventilation.

This property illustrates how the Lamina POP system can be applied to create affordable housing, thus alleviating housing poverty, part of Lamina POP’s Mission and Vision.

Lamina POP Habitat for Humanity House

For a full list of the benefits of constructing with Lamina POP click here.

If you have any questions regarding this project or one of the other Lamina POP buildings, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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