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"Teo, Heather, and Fernando are traveling to Ecuador to finish a design on a chocolate factory for Kallari, thanks to a grant from Architecture for Humanity and the support of RATIO and RAYae."

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3 weeks for jungle fever...

In just 21 days I will jump on a plane with Quito as the final destination and after a brief touch down in Panama City... Ecuador, here we come! Our Ecuadorian friends and colleagues have drafted a wonderful travel schedule that will surpass our expectations. My travel companions Heather, Teo and wife, and this Puerto Rican trotter are most excited about the upcoming work plan for the benefit of the Kallari people in the Ecuadorian Amazon. This is truly a humanitarian endeavor that is worth experiencing. It will be a very rewarding experience as architects and designers who believe in good architecture and the power it has to transform communities.
Somebody once said: "One of the primary purposes of architecture is to highten the drama of living."

Ecuador, we are ready!!!

Fernando L. Pagan
Ray Architects Engineers, PSC
San Juan, Puerto Rico

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