The building was designed to be in line with available local materials, traditional construction and green innovative technologies People have been growing accustomed to using industrially produced materials rather than local materials available in the country. This project has social, cultural and environment impact and was developed with the aim of renewing traditional and ecological forms of construction and reviving awareness of them among inhabitants. Craftsmen, teachers and pupils have been supported in modern use of local materials and technologies. The long-term goal is to achieve a permanent improvement of living conditions, with people who can use properly local resources. The construction site is like a laboratory where people can learn green construction techniques. The walls of the 2 storey-building are built with pressed earth. Wooden doors and windows have artistic details, which come from ancient traditions. An independent supply of energy is important: photovoltaic panels will provide electricity; hot water will be produced by a solar plant; and over the sanitary tract a large water tank will be installed. The design includes vegetation and landscape reorganization of the whole project area.