In 2009 Momostenango School approached Pablo to build a Lamina POP classroom after hearing about the system. The construction was paid for by a fundraiser. The building was originally constructed as one large open classroom but was later subdivided into three separate classrooms.
Height is easily achieved with the Lamina POP system. Tall buildings promote airflow, therefore reducing the risk of children developing respiratory issues (a common problem in Guatemala). By leaving the lamina partially exposed, light is reflected within the building, removing the necessity for additional windows beyond those within the roof.