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These projects have challenged our understanding of vernacular architecture and building methods where knowledge is been explored through stages and sequences of ‘making things’: building spaces through the art of craftsmanship.

Immanuel Kwaku
Sirron-Kakpor

architect

Immanuel sirron-kakpor (1968) holds a master’s degree in architecture from the academy of architecture in Amsterdam. Born in Ghana, he resided in the Netherlands between 1994 and 2012. He studied architectural design at royal academy of fine arts The Hague, architecture and urban design at royal Danish academy school of architecture Copenhagen – Denmark.

Immanuel is founder and a principal architect at Sirron-Kakpor Architects which have an office in Accra - Ghana. Having worked with several offices in the Netherlands: -, Jo Coenen & co architects Amsterdam, Vera Yanovshtchinsky Architects Bv – The Hague and The Hague Municipal Department of urban development.

projects involved

It has been a great experience collaborating with AAMatters, starting from African Perspectives in delft, Accra revisited¸ blueprints of paradise and VOLTASCAPES: rethinking modernity - a master's thesis on a redevelopment proposal for Danyigba in the Volta region in Ghana.

These projects have challenged our understanding of vernacular architecture and building methods where knowledge is been explored through stages and sequences of ‘making things’: building spaces through the art of craftsmanship.