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Afritecture: Building Social Change
Lepik, Andres.
Afritecture: Building Social Change
The selection is confined to countries south of the Sahara, such as Burkina Faso, Rwanda and South Africa, where the transformation of the architectural landscape has been particularly pronounced and remarkable in recent years. Throughout, references to the hallmarks and principles of Western historical architecture are notable; but equally striking is the innovative use of local materials and often minimal resources. Very little has been published on contemporary African architecture, making this substantial volume an important and pioneering publication.

Category: Architecture, Region
Binding: Cl.
Pages: 269 pp
Publisher: Hatje Cantz.
Year: 2014.
Publication Place: Ostfildern,
ISBN: 9783775736619
Book Id: 95034

Price: $60.00

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