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Fourth-graders from Prescott Public Schools visit Arcosanti. The students work on a project to design their own homes, and they are excited to talk about architecture.

Joshua Kuensting, Construction crew member, shows the students a blueprint of the ceramics apse, and describes the process of silt-casting concrete.
[Photo & Text: laura manville]

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Fourth-graders from Prescott Public Schools visit Arcosanti. The students work on a project to design their own homes, and they are excited to talk about architecture.

Joshua Kuensting, Construction crew member, shows the students a blueprint of the ceramics apse, and describes the process of silt-casting concrete.
[Photo & Text: laura manville]



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Arcosanti volunteer Segolene Gautier explains how the pool was designed to aesthetically blend into the cliff it rests on and the mesa beyond.
[Photo & Text: laura manville]



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Randall Schultz of Maintenance gives students a tour of the Lab Building and shows off its abundant daytime lighting. Arcosanti buildings take advantage of the sun’s energy for both heat and light. The students have gathered many new ideas for their own buildings.
[Photo & Text: laura manville]

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