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Osuna School was constructed in 2009, featuring two large classrooms and an open adjoining corridor.
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.
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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