African Architecture: Evolution and Transformation
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African Architecture: Evolution and Transformation

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From Egypt to Ethiopia, Botswana to Burundi and Zimbabwe to Cameroon, this book presents a study of African architecture from antiquity to present day. The author evaluates historical, traditional and contemporary architecture by examining the various cultural groups of North, Central, East, South and Western Africa from ethnic, climatic, political, regional, economic, rel...more
Hardcover, 382 pages
Published September 1st 1996 by McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing (first published 1996)
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