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Self-inspired by the minimally partitioned spaces, recreation facilities including a swimming pool, a gym, a lounge, a restaurant, a library, pool table deck and sleeping quarters, the Morphosis Campus in Syokimau is redefining the creative arts work place. Design Concept In...
Kilifi County is legendarily known to be the best tourist destination in Kenya. Besides the great coastal weather, contemporary Swahili architecture is yet another reason why holidays are never the same in the region. The Vipingo Club house designed...
Thanks to the proliferation of various BIM tools and extensive sun studies, glass architecture is proving to be a sustainable and comfortable building trend in the tropics today. When used appropriately, glass can help reduce energy used to light...
In 2014, Kenya Airways awarded Planning Interiors Limited the task of designing their two new lounges located at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi. The motivation behind the creation of these lounges was Kenya Airways'  intention to grow its international...
Nothing might prepare you for the experience of the African Heritage House; at least not the red frame gate in the middle of nowhere, leading on to a natural path and further into the Athi plains expanse overlooking the...
Seventy years later, Architect Patrick Edward Kanyue is not the typical retired professional who is often too oblivious of the trends and dynamics in the industry. Instead, Patrick is the savvy and seasoned practitioner who is very shy about...
The Karen Enkaji House – A 21st Century Interpretation of the traditional African architecture Enkaji is a Maasai name for a house, traditionally built on a simple frame structure, the shape of a loaf, using materials like twigs, soil, cow...
By Eng. A. S. Kitololo The figure quoted for annual housing needs of 150,000 units was arrived at in the seventies. I was then the Municipal Engineer of Mombasa Municipality at which time several studies on housing needs, costs and...
By Loki Eric David Even though only the visible part of the solar radia­tion spectrum provides daylight useful for visual tasks, the whole spectrum, visible and invisible, contributes to heat gains when absorbed into the room. Numer­ous ways of improving...
Client: Industrial Promotion Building Ltd Architects: Planning Systems Services Ltd & Henning Larsen Tegnestue Structural Engineers: Ramzan Boga Mechanical & Electrical Engineers: Bikroconsult Ltd Quantity Surveyors: Davson and Ward Covered Area: 14,400 square metres The client wanted to have a landmark building in Nairobi which...