burkina faso

Situated in the heart of West Africa, Burkina Faso is a landlocked Sahelien country between Mali, Niger, Bénin, Togo, Ghana and the Ivory Coast. Rather less affected by mass tourism and with few natural resources attractive to international concerns, the country has kept its authenticity. Burkina Faso has a very RICH CULTURAL heritage. From one region to another, lifestyles, customs, activities, crafts and festivals have real specifics.

::: preservation study for mosques in Bani … more
::: art shelter for kAfULi with PROVIDA … more
::: cultural centre for and with Bolo´Arts … more
::: active participation in national and municipal conferences organised by Ministry of Habitat and Urbanism of Burkina Faso
::: design, scenography, training and awareness in public spacemore


ethiopia

Ethiopia, the country with the continent´s largest concentration of UNESCO cultural sites… the country with complex history, with decent culture, the country with many paradoxes and contrasts, such as being amongst leaders of African Union development and clasified as one of the poorest country…

::: school innovations for People in Need … more
::: organisation of workshops at EIT-M … more



mauritania

In Mauritania, Maghreb meets West Africa. The culture, life and population are remarkably diverse, still today anchored in ethnies: Arabs, Berberes, Wolofs, Sub-saharian Africans… The country serves naturally as a place of passage, even in these days often crossed by caravans coming from the desert heart of the continent. It seems that there are no limits in the horizont…

::: participation in international workshop of experts of disciplines of city planning Les Ateliers – Nouakchott … more
::: design of “quartier pilote” in French


czech republic

::: cooperation with CTU … more
::: PhD Research at FA CTU … more

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