In this week’s session, Anze Zadel, PhD Milano student and architect, will share his experience with the Amenawon Solar School in Lagos, Nigeria.
Here an excerpt of what the project is about:
“We seek to address challenges facing Lagos-dwellers through the development of a sustainable compound. Working with tenants in the compound’s building, the Amayo family, and community members in the neighborhood of Ikeja, the project plans to develop a rainwater harvesting system to produce potable water and a green roof that will provide open space and the opportunity to cultivate food; and retrofit the building with solar panels to provide reliable electricity and replace inefficient energy-based generator use. It will eventually seek to address the sewage problem with compound-scale solutions such as compost toilets and neighborhood-scale solutions such as filtering plants and energy production from biowaste.”
Join us for lunch and to learn more about this incredible project Friday Nov 7, from 1-3pm in 65 W11th Street, Room 102!
For more info, visit their website: http://amenawoninitiative.wordpress.com/2014/07/17/24/