AFRICAN ARCHITECTURE

 
Traditional earthen roundhouses, Tamberma (Batammaliba) region of Togo and Benin: view and cutaway diagram and elevation, with traditional names for house parts




 
Houses of the Geriyama tribe, Kenya, E. coast of Africa, 20th century







Mud mosque, Kawara, Upper Volta (ex-Ivory Coast)








Decorated house facades, Zaria, Nigeria: painted facades and mud relief, including a bicycle





 

Mud wall and thatched roof house, Congo, Central Africa







Wood-ribbed house, Cameroon







Cave-house in shape of a human face, Bomarzo, Italy, 16th c.







Frank Toker in the Geriyama village of Chonyi




 

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