An Unusual School

Museum Pavilion Becomes New School for Orphans in Nigeria

School became a bit brighter for children in Africa's largest slum last year. A colorful pavilion designed by Spanish architects José Selgas and Lucía Cano journeyed from a museum near Copenhagen, Denmark to Nairobi, Kenya's Kibera neighborhood, where it now serves as a school for hundreds of orphans.
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