5 Prolific Architects in Kenya and the Buildings They Designed [PHOTOS]
There are several notable architects in Kenya who have made significant contributions to the field of architecture.
Kenya has many architects who have worked on several well-known architectures. Most of them are not known by the public while others have been noted due to the buildings designed. There are several notable architects in Kenya who have made significant contributions to the field of architecture. Here are a few:
1. David Mutiso: David Mutiso is a Kenyan architect who has received several awards for his work in sustainable architecture. He is known for his innovative use of local materials and his focus on creating environmentally friendly buildings.
2. James Gitoho: James Gitoho is a Kenyan architect who is well known for his work at the Kenyatta International Conference Centre, which is one of the most iconic buildings in Nairobi. He has also worked on several other notable buildings in Kenya, including the Hilton Hotel in Nairobi.
[Image of the Hilton Hotel in Nairobi. Photo/Courtesy]
3. Francis Kere: Francis Kere is a Burkina Faso-born architect who has worked extensively in Kenya. He is known for his use of sustainable materials and his focus on community-driven design. One of his most notable projects in Kenya is the Mama Sarah Obama Legacy Campus.
[Image of Mama Sarah Obama Legacy Campus. Photo/Courtesy]
4. John McAslan: John McAslan is a British architect who has worked on several projects in Kenya, including the restoration of the historic Nairobi Railway Station. He is known for his focus on sustainable design and his commitment to preserving historic buildings.
5. Urko Sanchez: Urko Sanchez is a Spanish architect who has worked on several projects in Kenya, including the Kitengela Glass House. He is known for his use of innovative materials and his focus on creating buildings that are both beautiful and functional.
[Image of Kitengela Glass House. Photo/Courtesy]
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