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Leapfrog Project: Living Tents Could Bring Light and Hope to Typhoon-Ravaged Philipines Town

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The Leapfrog Project is an initiative to rebuild the city of Tacloban, Philipines, which was destroyed by Typhoon Haiyan in 2013. Initiated by Atelier Lira Luis, the project seeks to set up ten transitional structures to engage the population and give light,




 

 

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The Leapfrog Project is an initiative to rebuild the city of Tacloban, Philipines, which was destroyed by Typhoon Haiyan in 2013. Initiated by Atelier Lira Luis, the project seeks to set up ten transitional structures to engage the population and give light, literally and figuratively, to the city. Inspired by Japanese Marimo balls, the structures will eventually be replaced by schools, medical facilities or housing, depending on the needs of the community.

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