This a well-researched and beautifully presented study of the sculptural mud architecture of West Africa is stunning. These often beautiful buildings were designed and built by architects for kings and emperors, making the best of local materials and know-how.
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With a dramatically slanted roof, rising on a hilldside in Librevile, Gabon, this assembly hall design incorporates Gabon’s vibrant ecology to create a striking expression of a Green Gabon.
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Brian Vermeulen, of the architecture firm of Cottrell and Vermeulen in London, England, describes how the African Site of Great Zimbabwe, a major trading center until the 15th century, has influenced his work.
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