Anna Heringer, grew up in Laufen, a small town at the Austrian-Bavarian border close to Salzburg. Aged 19 she lived in Bangladesh for almost a year, where she had the chance to learn from the NGO Dipshikha about sustainable development work, which would go on to shape her practice. The METI School in Rudrapur, her diploma project from 2005 in collaboration with Eike Roswag, was an AR Emerging Architecture prizewinner in 2006 and won the Aga Khan Award for Architecture in 2007. Heringer was, again, a prizewinner at the AR Emerging Architecture awards in 2008 with a scheme of houses and an education facility also built in Rudrapur, with BASEhabitat, BRAC University and Dipshikha.
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