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Addis Ababa. A Manifesto On African Progress

E.a., Dirk E. Hebel
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Africa Drawn: One Hundred Cities

White, Gary / Marguerite Pienaar /Bouwer
Africa - a continent of small villages in the jungle and savannah? Certainly not. The urbanisation of the continent is advancing rapidly, while African cities and metropolitan regions are among the fastest growing in the world. Africa Drawn presents one hundred of the most connected and important cities of the continent. A visual feast of three hun
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African Metropolis - An Imaginary City

Njami S
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Age of Concrete: Housing and the Shape of Aspiration in the Capital of Mozambique

Morton, David
Age of Concrete is about people building homes on tenuous ground in the outer neighborhoods of Maputo, Mozambique, places thought of simply as slums. But up close, they are an archive: houses of reeds, wood, zinc, and concrete embodying the ambitions of people who built their own largest investment and greatest bequest to the future.
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Alexandria: City of Memory

Haag M
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Architectural Guide South Africa

Clarke, Nicholas
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Architecture & Tourism in Italian Colonial Libya

McLaren B
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Architecture and Tourism in Italian Colonial Libya: An Ambivalent Modernism

McLaren B
To be a tourist in Libya during the period of Italian colonization was to experience a complex negotiation of cultures. Architecture and Tourism in Italian Colonial Libya shows how Italian authorities used the contradictory forces of tradition and modernity to both legitimize their colonial enterprise and construct a vital tourist industry.
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Architecture in Asmara: Colonial Origin and Postcolonial Experiences

Volgger, P
The ancient city of Asmara is the capital of Eritrea and its largest settlement. Its beautiful architecture was rediscovered by outsiders in the early 1990s. In this book, the authors offer an original analysis of the colonial city, providing a history not only of the physical and visible urban reality, but also of a second, invisible city as it ex
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