A comparative study of Africa’s state buildings

UNDERSTANDING STATEHOOD THROUGH ARCHITECTURE

INTRODUCTION

Buildings shape politics, articulating power-relations in the ways they are designed, built and used.

 

Africa's state buildings – from parliaments, ministries and presidential palaces to courts, public records offices and police stations – reflect the complexities and ambiguities of the politics of its states. 

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