Sustainable building and green architecture
PITCHAfrika has concluded just the construction of a stage, which can collect rain water. More than 1.5 million litres of fresh water could be stored as a result.
The title of the stage is called PITCHKenia. He is unique, gathers plenty of water and built to super favorable conditions.
Modern football field in Kenya collects rain water
Kenya is now well known for its sustainable building and eco-friendly building. 2013, the so-called PITCHAfrika Waterbank School was built. You have these detected “Greenest School on earth”. In the town of Laikipia one has opened such a second. Millions of litres of water can be kept through this project. Preserving cross panels on campus provide care for it from all parts of the field.
You will find water bedroom Bank here also for girls. Thus, the benefits are not exhausted. Water Bank canteens and lanterns are still on-site. It is interesting to combine the urgent question of irrigation with social topics such as nutrition, gender equality and health.
Sustainable building and eco-friendly building
Additional Struktruen include rainwater collecting Jungendschlafzimmer and accommodation for staff. The founder speaks of PITHCAfrika Jane Harrison likes about this project. She says that the integration of irrigation, storage and filtering the water very well meets the needs of the students.
PITCHAfrika Waterbank school
To complete the project, staff from the firm of Zeitz also contributed Foundation. Financial support was also the football star Samuel Eto’o. He made money from his private foundation to use. Weiterhi was the project of ameron O’Mara Reilly family, Guernsey overseas aid, and supports OL Pejeta Conservancy.
You wouldn’t chose the theme of football. The passion for this sport is very strong here and you could win also the sympathy of the society.
From passion to the sport
To put the football in the game, many different people come sports passion to do this. You then make it faster and more effectively to overcome all differences.
Sustainable architecture and design in Africa