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African Developments

Architecture – Building Designs : Built Environment + Architectural Links

African Architecture Designs – chronological list

Africa Architectural Projects + Key New Property Designs, alphabetical:

African Building Developments

60 Sandbags Classrooms in Mauritania

A Blueprint for Africa’s Future Cities

Addis Ababa Stadium Ethiopia

African Buildings

African Houses

African Office Buildings

Aging in Africa

Agulhas Lighthouse Development

Archasm Wilderness Pavilion Kenya Competition

Article 25 Buildings

Article 25 School Buildings

Bangui Pediatric Clinic

Banyan Tree Corniche Bay

Beauséjour ZAC

Bidi Bidi Pavilion at London Design Biennale

British High Commission Kampala

Botswana Innovation Hub

Bristol Zoological Society Field Research Centre

British Council Building Africa

British Council Tanzania

British High Commission Project in Accra, Ghana

Building Green Cities across Africa

Burkina Faso Schools

Burkina Faso Secondary Schools

Butaro Hospital Rwanda

C Spot Angola

Calabar International Center

CEM Kamanar Secondary School Senegal

Centre Pour Le Bien Etre Des Femmes

Chinzombo Luangwa

Clockwork Embassy Cameroon

Coral Hotel on the Seychelles

Currency Museum Luanda

Dakar Sow House Senegal

Democratic Republic of Congo Schools

Disappearing Vernacular African Architecture

Dutch Embassy Maputo

Ethiopian Airlines Addis Ababa

Finolhu Villas Hotel in the Maldives

Football for Hope Centres

Four Seasons Seychelles

Freedom Park

Gambia School Building

Ghana Building

Gola Forest

Gola Forest Project

Gola Rainforest Building

Gota Dam Residence

Grand Plaza Hotel in Cheraga

Hanimaadhoo Airport Maldives

Heritage Place Lagos Nigeria

Huvafen Fushi Resort

Jabi Lake Nigeria

Japanese Cultural Center

Kigali Green City Project

Knowledge Communities

Lagos’s Wooden Tower

Langue de Barbarie resort

The Legson Kayira Community Center & Primary School Malawi

Keta Sandlanders Football Club in Ghana

Malawi Creator Centre, Medical Training Building

Maldives Island Resort

Mashambas Skyscraper in Manyoni

Melaku Center Ethiopia

Mercury House on Island of Mahe, Seychelles

Mont Choisy Homes in Mauritius

Mouila University

Mozambique Building

Nairobi Central Railway Station, Kenya

Nairobi Offices Shops

National Teachers Colleges, Mubende Uganda

Nelson Mandela Childrens Hospital

New Algerian Parliament

Niamey 2000

N Tunde Lagos Nigeria

Nyiragongo Villa I in the North Kivu province, Congo

Outros Bairros Rehabilitation Programme in Mindelo

Pediatric Cancer Centre in Kigali

PITCH Africa

Port Harcourt Slums Nigeria

Portside Cape Town

Prayer Pavilion Sudan

Pure Power, Tanzania, Eastern Africa

Radisson Blu Hotel Senegal

Revival Sunset Chapel

Ruanda Education Center

Salam Centre Sudan

Sierra Leone School

Sipopo Congress Center

Sky Residence Luanda

Soccer City Stadium

Soccer City Stadium Building

South African Architect

South African Embassy Ethiopia

Tyhume Theatre

Uganda Architecture

Uganda Buildings

Umubano Primary School

United Bank of Addis Ababa

University Gambia Campus

University of Bambey Building

USA Africa Investment Advisor Programme

Villa Banalia in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Village Health Works Kigutu Burundi

Villagio Accra

Vlisco Boutique Benin

Waterbank School Kenya

The Whale Bar, St Regis Hotel, The Maldives

Lusanga International Research Centre for Art and Economic Inequality

Youths Training Center in Central African Republic

Location: Africa

Africa Architectural Designs

Africa Architectural Project Designs

African Architecture

Keta Sandlanders Football Club, Ghana, East African building designed by Inter Urban Studios:
Love Equals Football Keta Ghana - African Developments
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As part of volunteer work for Architecture for Humanity London, Inter Urban Studios are delivering a new football pitch and community centre for this sports co-op in Keta, coastal Ghana, that provides local youth a place to foster sporting skills, a place for community activities, as well as guidance on sustainable farming techniques.

Ngaren: The Museum of Humankind, Kenya, East Africa building designed by Studio Libeskind:
Ngaren the Museum of Humankind in The Great Rift Valley
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Ngaren: The Museum of Humankind in The Great Rift Valley
Campaign for a new museum dedicated to the story of humans: this architectural project located in Kenya’s Rift Valley is designed by celebrated architect Daniel Libeskind. He was the architect of the Jewsih Museum in Berlin. He was also the master plan architect of the World Trade Center site in New York City, USA.

Africa is the world’s second-largest and second-most populous continent. At about 30.3 million km² including adjacent islands, it covers 6% of Earth’s total surface area and 20% of its land area. With 1.3 billion people – recorded in 2018 – the continent accounts for about 16% of the world’s human population.

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