Changing Skyline: They built their own school with donated materials, and it's beautiful

Posted on Friday, Sep 25, 2015
Just a few weeks after it was founded in 2008, the Philadelphia architecture firm Digsau landed its first commission. It came from the Challenge Program, a Wilmington nonprofit that teaches construction skills to high school dropouts. What they wanted was a building that combined a workshop, where trainees could master table saws and lathes, with classrooms, where they could attend GED classes and counseling sessions.
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