This project is a reaction to deforestation and poverty, a systemic problem with a built solution beyond the reach of the local people. To find a solution, worldly knowledge and understanding of place MUST come together.

By f2a member Austin Hawkins, with Italian architect Lorenzo Fontana. In Ethiopia, Fontana has spent 15 years experimenting with raw masonry and catenary structure as a response to deforestation. this project was inspired by Lolo's work and supported by his generosity. Funded by the Thomas J Watson Foundation.

This project is a reaction to deforestation and poverty, a systemic problem with a built solution beyond the reach of the local people. To find a solution, worldly knowledge and understanding of place MUST come together.

By f2a member Austin Hawkins, with Italian architect Lorenzo Fontana. In Ethiopia, Fontana has spent 15 years experimenting with raw masonry and catenary structure as a response to deforestation. this project was inspired by Lolo's work and supported by his generosity. Funded by the Thomas J Watson Foundation.

This project is a reaction to deforestation and poverty, a systemic problem with a built solution beyond the reach of the local people. To find a solution, worldly knowledge and understanding of place MUST come together.

By f2a member Austin Hawkins, with Italian architect Lorenzo Fontana. In Ethiopia, Fontana has spent 15 years experimenting with raw masonry and catenary structure as a response to deforestation. this project was inspired by Lolo's work and supported by his generosity. Funded by the Thomas J Watson Foundation.

This project is a reaction to deforestation and poverty, a systemic problem with a built solution beyond the reach of the local people. To find a solution, worldly knowledge and understanding of place MUST come together.

By f2a member Austin Hawkins, with Italian architect Lorenzo Fontana. In Ethiopia, Fontana has spent 15 years experimenting with raw masonry and catenary structure as a response to deforestation. this project was inspired by Lolo's work and supported by his generosity. Funded by the Thomas J Watson Foundation.

This project is a reaction to deforestation and poverty, a systemic problem with a built solution beyond the reach of the local people. To find a solution, worldly knowledge and understanding of place MUST come together.

By f2a member Austin Hawkins, with Italian architect Lorenzo Fontana. In Ethiopia, Fontana has spent 15 years experimenting with raw masonry and catenary structure as a response to deforestation. this project was inspired by Lolo's work and supported by his generosity. Funded by the Thomas J Watson Foundation.

This project is a reaction to deforestation and poverty, a systemic problem with a built solution beyond the reach of the local people. To find a solution, worldly knowledge and understanding of place MUST come together.

By f2a member Austin Hawkins, with Italian architect Lorenzo Fontana. In Ethiopia, Fontana has spent 15 years experimenting with raw masonry and catenary structure as a response to deforestation. this project was inspired by Lolo's work and supported by his generosity. Funded by the Thomas J Watson Foundation.

This project is a reaction to deforestation and poverty, a systemic problem with a built solution beyond the reach of the local people. To find a solution, worldly knowledge and understanding of place MUST come together.

By f2a member Austin Hawkins, with Italian architect Lorenzo Fontana. In Ethiopia, Fontana has spent 15 years experimenting with raw masonry and catenary structure as a response to deforestation. this project was inspired by Lolo's work and supported by his generosity. Funded by the Thomas J Watson Foundation.

This project is a reaction to deforestation and poverty, a systemic problem with a built solution beyond the reach of the local people. To find a solution, worldly knowledge and understanding of place MUST come together.

By f2a member Austin Hawkins, with Italian architect Lorenzo Fontana. In Ethiopia, Fontana has spent 15 years experimenting with raw masonry and catenary structure as a response to deforestation. this project was inspired by Lolo's work and supported by his generosity. Funded by the Thomas J Watson Foundation.

This project is a reaction to deforestation and poverty, a systemic problem with a built solution beyond the reach of the local people. To find a solution, worldly knowledge and understanding of place MUST come together.

By f2a member Austin Hawkins, with Italian architect Lorenzo Fontana. In Ethiopia, Fontana has spent 15 years experimenting with raw masonry and catenary structure as a response to deforestation. this project was inspired by Lolo's work and supported by his generosity. Funded by the Thomas J Watson Foundation.