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AAmatters is a non-profit consultancy firm working in the fields of design, planning, research and education. 

 

AAmatters is at the forefront of thinking on pressing challenges regarding architecture and urbanism, such as sustainable development and the role of cultural heritage in the African context. 

 

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International Forum on Cultural Spaces in Kigali

October 28, 2019

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Featuring projects
Dak'art Workshop and Exhibition
African public space may well provide successful solutions for public space challenges in the West – was the conclusion of the jury of the Blueprints of Paradise competition, developed by the Afrika Museum and AAmatters in 2010.
Michenzani Green Corridors
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Ng’ambo Housing Research
Since 2013, the Department of Urban and Rural Planning (DoURP) of the Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar, together with African Architecture Matters and other partners, is advancing on the heritage-based regeneration of Ng’ambo following the UNESCO Historic Urban Landscape approach.
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