Estudio Damgo thanks Foundation University’s Staff who manage the behind the scenes production. To Foundation University worker’s skills and labor to put all these materials together and build this dream. To the Dauin Farm for all your training and assistance in bamboo. To our foreign donors and Global Giving which has funded a large chunk of the material costs. To 34 participating artists and 7-venues from the ARTWalk:Art for a Cause fundraiser last November, for sharing your art and spaces for this cause and to the patrons for supporting the local arts for a community. To 7-bands, 4 dance troupes, and sound by putting forth your talents at the Benefit Concert. And to those who helped organize the Benefit Concert last December. To all the Deans of the departments for putting forth department funds towards construction costs. To the Creative Department for the promotional video and countless pictures during the entire project. To the departments of Architecture, Agriculture, Industrial Engineering, Political Science Society and Entheos for your consultation, support, during the design phase and volunteering during construction.
To loved ones, friends, and family who found ways to encourage us throughout the year and follow our progress on facebook and the blog. To all our partners: this building is truly built for the community by the community and led by three Estudio Damgo student leaders: Rhea Mae Dicen, Leigh Margareth Lagrimas, and Daryl Suasin.
“The power of design is to make things concrete – to make the abstract tangible”.
- Bjarke Ingels of BIG