Port of Spain FCO Building

British High Commission Project in Accra, Ghana

Gilbert-Ash, has been awarded a fit out project on the British Embassy in Accra. Ghana is one of the world’s fastest growing economies and the UK’s fourth largest export market in Sub-Saharan Africa. The UK is a key partner to Ghana and is committed to advancing continued economic development in the country.

Nelson Mandela Childrens Hospital

Nelson Mandela Childrens Hospital, Africa

Architects: Sheppard Robson

UK-based architecture firms Sheppard Robson and John Cooper Architecture (JCA) collaborated in 2009 to win an international design competition for the new Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital in Johannesburg. The facility will employ 150 paediatric doctors and 450 nurses.

Currency Museum Luanda Building

Currency Museum Luanda

Design: COSTΛLOPES Architects

The Currency Museum can be seen as one of the many steps towards establishing this architectural studio as one of Angola’s leading architecture offices.

Grand Plaza Hotel in Cheraga

Grand Plaza Hotel in Cheraga

Design: DNA Barcelona Architects

The aim of this project is to build an iconic building, able to relate with the city, which provides new services and experiences through architecture. The design could be compared to the shape of a ship, angular at its base, considerably higher on the levels above.

New Algerian Parliament Building

New Algerian Parliament

Design: Bureau Architecture Méditerranée

The building needs to embody the idea of democracy in action, the Algeria of the future, freedom, peace, strong but deliberative power. The architecture must communicate a distinct national identity founded on universal values.

Coral Hotel

Coral Hotel on the Seychelles

Design: ARCHITECTS OF INVENTION

The Coral Hotel project includes advanced infrastructure: spa-complex, several restaurants and a club-house with a pool and a private marina. Project site has a direct access to the beach.

Finolhu Villas Hotel

Finolhu Villas Hotel in the Maldives

Design: Yuji Yamazaki Architecture

The world’s first entirely solar powered five-star resort is now open to guests. The Maldives has the lowest average ground level of any nation, which makes for some of the world’s most beautiful beaches.

Mont Choisy Homes

Mont Choisy Homes in Mauritius

Design: SAOTA

‘This site used to be a sugar plantation and has some wonderful historic buildings and avenues of Banyan and Flamboyant trees that will be retained,’ Stefan Antoni, Director of SAOTA noted.

Kigali Ampitheatre

Pediatric Cancer Centre in Kigali

Architects: David Adjaye – Adjaye Associates

This children’s pediatric cancer centre in Kigali, Rwanda, on a 4 hectare site will provide a hospital and lodging facility for outpatients who need to reside close to the hospital, as well as residential housing for physicians and nurses.

Disappearing Vernacular African Architecture

Disappearing Vernacular African Architecture, Malawi Buildings, African Building History Disappearing Vernacular African Architecture Malawi Buildings: African Building History – article by Jon Twingi Sojkowski 27 Apr 2015 Disappearing Vernacular African Architecture Article: Jon Twingi Sojkowski Disappearing Vernacular African Architecture Vernacular Architecture in Africa has been disappearing over the years. Verandah wraps around a home Penganga village…