Juvenile multifunctional classroom 2019-2020
Building juvenile innovative classroom space for child friendly environment, currently children are using this place for study, play, and rest. Also for other creative workshops and activates for year around needs. This will change the view of children to more playful and fun space to get back to normal life instead of closed boxes. This also enhances the quality of life in juvenile homes. This is now setting an example for other juvenile institutions because end of the day today’s children are tomorrow’s generation to run our nation to healthier, educated, protected and well developed.
Thinking hand Ngo (Donated & organised)
Ketham’s Atelier Architects, India (Built Complete Project & Sponsor)
Fundermax (Material Sponsor)
Department of Juvenile Welfare and Correctional Services Telangana (Permission)
University of Innsbruck, Austria (Students Visit to India for Workshops and Roof Building)
CREDITS: Md.Sulaiman, Rasha Fathima, Deepak Thapa, Atanas Zhelev, Najjar Rames, Ameen, Anwar, Omer Fethi, Luca Peasrse, Conrad Dorniger, Karolin Guggemos, Verena Spissak, Sara Lauton, Lena Steinig, Isabella Jeannine Raichle, Tejaswini, Yoganand Naidu, Praveen and Ketham Santosh Kumar.
The Siasat Daily Newspaper
The Hindu Newspaper
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