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A  Church and School in the Dominican Republic for Haitians
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The school's roof can accommodate solar collectors for electricity, allowing the whole compound a consistent source of electricity. The walkways shield the classrooms from intense south sun while allowing a breeze through.
A thin shell concrete "Pringle" roof encloses the assembly area and a "ruffle" roof was created to house extra classrooms.
Colegio Moriah, a school that serves 426 children, K-12