Urbanization in Morroco: Zenata city

Known for her economic performance in recent years, the Kingdom of Morocco has launched a series of structural reforms which include: housing, infrastructure, industry. There is an upgrade in infrastructure to meet international standards and several targets have been set for the years to come. The Kingdom launched a development program that includes: 14 international airports, […]

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Landscape Architecture- More than just Gardening

Landscape Architecture is an extraordinary blend of science and art, proposition and thought. The land is the canvas, the landscape design is the paint or drawing medium used on the canvas to create the composition and the Landscape Architect is the artist. Most people are yet to fully appreciate the practice as an important entity […]

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Facts About Mud Houses

According to Earth Architecture, half of the world’s population uses buildings made from mud brick or other earthen materials. Mud brick has many benefits, although it is not as durable as some other materials. It is made of mud or clay that is mixed with straw and hardened by baking it in the sun or […]

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Africa Awaits The Third Largest Mosque In The World

Magnificent right….. Well this structure designed by the German agency: Juerge Engel Architects will be the third- largest mosque in the world after the Islamic pilgrimage in Mecca and Medina. With a prayer hall that can accommodate up to 37,000 people, the mosque is one of the largest religious buildings in the Islamic world. The […]

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Open Air Market & Bazaar in Africa

As traditional open air markets near extinction in other parts of the world, Africa’s open air markets and Bazaars remain vibrant, providing a meeting place, not just for bilateral bargaining but also a place to establish new relations and valuable cultural interchange.   Bazaars are generally bigger open-air clusters of shops involving several merchants with […]

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