Nai Ni Who? is an exploration of Nairobi in a 3-month festival of 12 weeks covering 12 neighbourhood zones. Celebrating the good, the bad & the possibilities. The Nairobi communities and ‘hoods’ each have… Continue reading
Location: Lagos, Nigeria Programme: School, Community Building Area: 220 m² Architects: NLÉ Architects Status: Completed 2013 Collaborators: Blok Kats van Veen Architects, Dykstra – Naval Architects, Thieu Besselink, Roel Bosch, Urhahn + Borra, Pieters Bouwtechniek,… Continue reading
May 10 2013, 18:00 – 20:00, Entry: free Alliance Française de Nairobi Naipolitans have announced that this month’s conversation will be throwing a spotlight on the potential contribution of Nairobi residents to create… Continue reading
Interesting infographic about our world population via Olive Ventures.
Kenya will host the 4th Eastern Africa Oil and Gas Conference major regional energy conference from June 18th to 20th at the Intercontinental Hotel in Nairobi. There is a 10% discount if you… Continue reading
The University of Nairobi has adopted Open Access & made its research available to the public. The repository collects, preserves, and distributes scholarly outputs of the University of Nairobi.
The following blog entry was first published as an open letter to the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Roads in Kenya by Architect Eric Kigada in October 2012. Courtesy of Nairobi Planning… Continue reading
Our friends Olive Ventures shared this great story about researchers that discovered how using waste materials and sand as components of the bricks rather than clay or shale, conserves resources and maintains the… Continue reading