African Modernism - The Architecture of Independence
- In the 1950s and 1960s, most African countries gained independence from their respective colonial power and architecture became one of the principal means by which the newly formed countries expressed their national identity.
- This groundbreaking book investigates for the first time the relationship between architecture and nation building in Ghana, Senegal, Kenya, Cote d'Ivoire, and Zambia.
- The book features well over one hundred buildings with brief descriptive texts, images, site plans and selected floor plans and sections.
- Paperback, 640 pages
- 4 kg, 24.1 x 33 x 3.8 cm