Posts tagged Niger
Habitat traditionnel au Niger

Continuing our series "This Is Niger", here is another contributor short article about traditional rural architecture in Niger.

By Djamila Hamani

La population nigérienne est composée de differentes éthnies. Chaque ethnie mène un mode de vie spécifique qui présente un type d’habitat traditionnel. Les tentes sont habitées par les nomades tandis que  les cases et  maisons par les sédentaires.

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Being an African Architect in Africa

Living and working in West Africa roughly half the year, I have learned many lessons about practicing remotely and practicing in a "developing" country. For the past three years I have been going back and forth as projects demand, overseeing construction and touching base with clients. In case the articles in this blog haven't been clear enough, we are very much committed to re-thinking the way architecture is viewed and conceptualized in the African urban context.

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Secular Architecture on Sacred Ground

We have an upcoming project. Normally, we prefer waiting until a project is under construction before talking about it. But this one is special, so we are VERY excited about it. It is an adaptive re-use project in a village of Niger that turns the local mosque into a library.

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