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Protected: National Archives of South Sudan

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Red Pepper House

Nestled between a pristine beach and an unspoiled forest, the makuti thatched roof of The Red Pepper House rises and falls with the breeze, resting peacefully in its remote location on Kenya’s Lamu Island.

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Nina Maritz: I focus on sustainable construction

Using past projects as examples, Namibian architect Nina Maritz shares thoughts on sustainable architecture that places the local, natural, and inexpensive above all else.

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Wangari Maathai Institute for Peace & Environmental Studies

Designed to achieve near 100% carbon neutrality, this competition winning proposal offers an African aesthetic alongside sustainable and environmentally responsible architecture.

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Jack Travis: Towards an Afrocentric aesthetic

New York City based architect Jack Travis, FAIA, discusses his goal to create an aesthetic within American architecture that is derived from an Afrocentric base.

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Mandela Capture Site Monument

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.

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