Bamako, the capital of Mali, is supposed to be one of Africa's fastest growing cities. They have a large market, a zoo and a national park!

Bamako, the capital of Mali, is supposed to be one of Africa's fastest growing cities. They have a large market, a zoo and a national park! This picture shows a bunch of these buildings built next to each other to form a town.

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Gallery of Vietnam Pavilion - Milan Expo 2015 / VTN Architects - 8

architecture africaine : cloisons en fibres végétales, Sénégal, Diourbel…

African Inspired Interior Design Ideas

Senegal - Walls of a straw castle built in Diourbel Senegal, “Castelo de Palha”

Ancient Ice House, Iran. Photo by Lynn Davis (b.1944) how in the heck did anyone get through that teeny tiny door???!!

Golden Moon / LEAD castle window Lynn Davis, Ice House, Iran, 2001 Casa de los Esquiladores by John Wardle Architects (Bruny Island, Tasmani.

compressed sand and cement in Senegal. Built entirely by villager volunteer work and no electricity in Senegal. A nice case study.

Youth Center In Niafourang / Project Niafourang

Maisons-au-Burkina-Faso ; un ornement comme peau

Maisons peintes au Burkina Faso

Indonesian Architecture in Contemporary and Contemporary Vernacular in Indonesia

Contemporary Vernacular -The shifting definitions

Musgum Houses, Cameroon vernacular architecture

Building a Musgum House in Cameroon. Musgum earth home, a traditional home of the Musgum people in Far North, Cameroon, Africa

architecture vernaculaire, maison traditionnelle à Santorine

L' architecture vernaculaire - lieux magiques du monde - Archzine.fr

Graham Baba Architects took cues from rural vernacular architecture while conceiving the headquarters for the Washington Fruit and Produce Company.

Old wooden barns inform Graham Baba's office building for Washington fruit company

Surrounded by the world’s most high-tech fruit packing warehouses, the Washington Fruit & Produce Co. headquarters is conceived as an oasi.

Indonesian dwelling 1. People of the Batak Toba and Toraja tribes, living on the islands of Sumatra and Sulawesi, live in villages composed of many of these boat-like houses.

A traditional Batak house in Sumatra, Indonesia, is part of an exhibit at Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein, Germany. Photo by Deidi Von Schaewen.

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