Designed to achieve near 100% carbon neutrality, this competition winning proposal offers an African aesthetic alongside sustainable and environmentally responsible architecture.
Built at the site of Nelson Mandela's capture in 1962, a monument with an extraordinary sculpture made of steel columns quietly embraces the surrounding landscape.
Built entirely by hand with clay brick, the Memorial Gardens were designed to commemorate the lives lost during the 1960 Sharpeville Massacre.
Project H Design, a San Francisco based non profit, built a mathematics playground for the students of the Kutamba AIDS Orphans School in Uganda.
A stunning example of a building concept that responds to its cultural and ecological surroundings, the Royal Netherlands Embassy in the Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa, reflects a convergence of cultures, and collaboration between Ethiopian and Dutch architects.
The guiding principle in the construction of the project was a respect for place while addressing the functional requirements of a working embassy, resulting in a contemporary structure that fully engages its local environment.
Driven by the necessity for the diverse people of South Africa and the world to understand and appreciate the country’s struggle for liberation, The Freedom Park was born as a national and international icon of humanity and freedom.
The Freedom Park, with its Garden of Remembrance, is located on a 52-hectare site on Salvokop Hill at the entrance into Tshwane (Pretoria) from Johannesburg.