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mphethi morojele, South African Architect trying to build sustainable and democratic buildings in SA

Kasungu Maternity Waiting Village

Kasungu Maternity Waiting Village

Small Buildings, Waiting, Maternity

Chalkboard at Greenpoint Coworking | Flickr - Photo Sharing!  The rise of continuing education while we work.

Chalkboard at Greenpoint Coworking | Flickr - Photo Sharing! The rise of continuing education while we work.

Architecture In Development - homepage

Architecture In Development - homepage

TRANSIT-CITY / URBAN & MOBILE THINK TANK: LAGOS / D'UNE ARCHITECTURE FLOTTANTE A UN URBANISME FLOTTANT ?

Makoko Floating School is a prototype floating structure, built for the historic water community of Makoko, located on the lagoon heart of Nigeria’s largest city, Lagos.

World Humanitarian Summit CATASTROPHIES | In the face of rapidly changing global needs and challenges, the World Humanitarian Summit (WHS) intends to adapt the humanitarian system to make humanitarian aid more efficient, effective, and inclusive. The summit is scheduled in May 2016 in Istanbul. #ReShapeAid

World Humanitarian Summit CATASTROPHIES | In the face of rapidly changing global needs and challenges, the World Humanitarian Summit (WHS) intends to adapt the humanitarian system to make humanitarian aid more efficient, effective, and inclusive. The summit is scheduled in May 2016 in Istanbul. #ReShapeAid

Butaro Hospital / MASS Design Group

Butaro Hospital / MASS Design Group

Image 26 of 29 from gallery of Butaro Hospital / MASS Design Group.

NLE architects, Makoko fishing community (Lagos, Nigeria), where families live on stilt-houses in the lagoon of an ever-growing megalopolis. An architectural construction in local wood made using “techniques” developed by the community, & floated on salvaged plastic drums could become a development model for Makoko & the ever-growing communities on Africa’s coast.

NLÉ architects: floating school in makoko

Photo by Rene Burri Examples of the stamps Le Corbusier cut out of erasers to indicate changes to plans during and after trips.

Photo by Rene Burri Examples of the stamps Le Corbusier cut out of erasers to indicate changes to plans during and after trips.

Proyecto Habitar 2.0

Proyecto Habitar 2.0

Doctors Housing

Image 7 of 9 from gallery of Butaro Doctors’ Housing / MASS Design Group. Photograph by MASS Design Group

Wallace Rayfield was a legendary craftsman who was the second in the nation to be licensed, as well as the first black architect in Alabama. He worked alongside Robert Taylor, the first licensed black architect in history, as the two of them taught at Tuskegee Institute under Booker T. Washington. R...Wallace Rayfield was a legendary craftsman who was the second in the nation to be licensed, as well as the first black architect in Alabama. He worked alongside Robert Taylor, the first…

Wallace Rayfield: Legendary Craftsman, One of the First Black Licensed Architects in the Nation

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