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Raymond A
A history of Cairo, from its beginnings in the Arab conquest of Egypt in 640 to a modern capital. This book examines the invasions, changes and conflicts which shaped Cairo's destiny as well as the rulers, religious leaders, artisans and merchants who characterized the city.
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African Metropolis - An Imaginary City

Njami S
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Eastern Africa: From the Great Lakes to the Indian Ocean: Sub-Saharan Africa: Architectural Guide

Meuser, Philipp
Originally part of a set, now sold separately, Volume 5 of Sub-Saharan Africa Architectural Guide is dedicated to Eastern Africa, from the Great Lakes to the Indian Ocean and includes Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Tanzania, Comoros, Seychelles, Mauritius, and Madagascar.
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Architecture and Development: Israeli Construction in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Settler Colonial Imagination, 1958-1973

Levin, Ayala
Ayala Levin charts the settler colonial imagination and practices that undergirded Israeli architectural development aid in Africa.
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Theorising Architecture in Sub-Saharan Africa: Perspectives, Questions, and Concepts

Meuser, Philipp
Collection of 49 essays searching for new ways to theorise sub-Saharan African architecture, putting forward an array of heterogeneous perspectives, questioning old tropes and emerging narratives, and challenging popular concepts whilst proposing new ones.
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Southern Africa: Between the Atlantic and Indian Oceans: Sub-Saharan Africa: Architectural Guide

Philipp Meuser
Originally part of a set, now sold separately, Volume 7 of Sub-Saharan Africa Architectural Guide is dedicated to Southern Africa, between the Atlantic and Indian Oceans and includes Mozambique, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia, Eswatini, Lesotho, and South Africa.
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Nairobi in the Making: Landscapes of Time and Urban Belonging

Smith, Constance
Examines the making and remaking of Nairobi, one of Africa's most fragmented, vibrant cities, contributing to debates on urban anthropology, the politics of the past and postcolonial materialities.
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Creating Coromandel: Marco Zanuso in South Africa

Zanuso: Peres, E
Creating Coromandel explores the decade-long partnership between architect and designer Marco Zanuso and the South African fashion retailer Sydney Arnold Press and Press's wife Victoria de Luria Press, whose shared passion for design spurred them to create Coromandel - part building, part ruin, part wilderness - an inspiration to anyone with an interest in building within a natural context.
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Momentum of Light

Kere, Francis
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Architecture and Politics in Africa: Making, Living and Imagining Identities through Buildings

Tomkinson, Joanne
Innovative study of state politics, identity and buildings that sheds new light on the links between the material and the ideational realms of contemporary life in Africa.
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