Some of The Diverse Contemporary Architecture of Africa…

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The diverse continent of Africa is also host to diverse architectural projects, but many people outside of the continent are unaware (save for probably Kere’s lovely structures based on the local vernacular). Thanks to a wonderful slideshow post by Victor Delaqua of ArchDaily, we can catch a glimpse of some of the varied contemporary design projects installed in Africa. Of the 18 selected buildings from Mr. Delaqua’s original post (from 14 countries), here are my 7 favorite architectural projects from that post.

Bosjes Chapel / Steyn Studio (South Africa)

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Currency Museum / Costa Lopes (Angola)

© Fabrice Fouillet

Z Village/ Mohamed Amine Siana (Marocco)

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The Manta Underwater Room / Genberg Underwater Hotels (Tanzania)

© Jesper Anhede

10 Ossmann Street / Wasserfall Munting Architects (Namibia)

© Studio One & Markus Weiss

Sandibe Okavango Safari Lodge / Nicholas Plewman Architects in Association with Michaelis Boyd Associates (Botswana)

© Dook

One Airport Square / Mario Cucinella Architects (Ghana)

© Fernando Guerra | FG+SG

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