World Architecture Festival: Indian school shortlisted for award

World architecture festival: indian school shortlisted for award

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A school in rural India has been shortlisted for an award at the annual World Architecture Festival.

The design — inspired by an old city — is engineered to endure extreme desert temperatures.

Al Jazeera’s @Pavni Mittal reports from Rajasthan state in western India.

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