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HT1216 - Assessing Afrocentric New Buildings for West African Cultural Landscapes

The aim of the course is to use case studies in developing solutions for achieving Afrocentric design excellence that requires continuous, collaborative communication and consensus between design professionals and all stakeholders. It will teach designers how to preserve aesthetics, history and environmental resources while integrating these innovative approaches with African traditional conservation principles to safeguard evolving African historic integrity/authenticity. Designers will learn how new buildings can integrate and interact with the dynamics of the existing natural and man-made environment, and what can be done to preserve or even enhance those features. To equip designers with tools to critically question the ethics surrounding Cultural democracy and effect a radical shift in perceptions regarding African heritage.

Amount $150

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