architect uganda
In Uganda there are not many architecture studios, but we have compiled a compilation of those that, in our opinion, are the best architecture studios in the country. Uganda is a country where every day there...
architecture rwanda
Architecture, just like other fields of endeavor, has continually evolved in line with the prevailing socio-cultural circumstances through the times in Rwanda. From Europeans to Arabs, various nations across the world have left their footprints...
architecture studios ethiopia
The real estate and especially the hotel sector in Ethiopia, is growing year after year but choosing an architecture studio is not easy, especially in less saturated markets such as East African countries. For this reason,...
architecture studios kenya
Kenyan architects are in the business of transforming human ideas of comfort, stylishness, and luxury into physical structures. These physical structures bear striking semblance to any original visual concept, regardless of concept’s loftiness. In the...
Throughout the ages, Egypt has been known for its breathtaking scenes of ingenious architectural masterpieces. Like their predecessors, the present generations of Egyptian architects are striving to propagate the tradition of awe-inspiring edifices and spectacular...
Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia, is a breathtaking bastion of waxing infrastructures. And on the outskirts of the capital, there’s another breathtaking scenery of sprawling high-rising residential stocks towering into further into the skies....
kenya real estate
Against all the odds of post-election uncertainties and inflation rates that would hike construction costs, the Kenyan real estate market managed to notch a 9% growth. In fact, according to reports, no major real estate...
According to the recent World Bank’s Nigerian Economic Report, Nigeria’s real estate industry is responsible for 11% of GDP growth, making it the third largest contributor to GDP growth. As such, there are very few...
egypt real estate
Despite the upheavals of the Arab spring, currency devaluation, as well as upticks in inflation, which have all had a negative impact on disposable income as well as the cost of construction, the Egyptian real...
As the urban population expansion in Kenya balloons to 500,000 per year, the annual ROI of real estate in the country --which currently falls within the range of 20% - 30%-- is bound to supersede...