- Photos of a proposed secondary school in Malawi recently caused mixed reactions on social media
- The proposed school is made of wood and straw bales but it speaks of rare architectural brilliance
- It was designed by Nuru Karim and his team at N*des, a Mumbai-based architecture firm
Architectural design for a proposed secondary school in Malawi has got people talking on social media after some images were shared by a Nigerian lady named Uduak Ekpedeme.
"This is a secondary school in Malawi and it's made from wood and straw bales, designed by Nuru Karim and co.
"It is such a beautiful example of what African architecture should look like."
A quick search by Legit.ng indicated that the secondary school has not yet been built after an architecture firm released details of the proposed institution in 2019.
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Nigerians on social media soon flooded the comment section of Uduak's post to share their thoughts on the design.
Tweep with the handle @saxxone wrote:
"Why should African architecture be wood based? All of the countries we look up to started with primitive materials too and have found new ways to solve architectural problems. Why do we have to go back to the past? Why can't we make our future?"
"So you lot really think architects and engineers would not take fire hazards and all other safety protocols into consideration?"
"Imagine the number of trees you cut down to achieve this. I thought we trying to save mother nature."
"This is so beautiful but what happens when it rains or the weather gets too hot?"
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In other news, a Nigerian man identified as Abu Hamid has got social media talking with some amazing photos of a building project he handled.
The architectural design is unique and its beauty lit up social media. Many who admired the building took to the comment section of the post to commend the brain behind it.
Abu has further proven that young Nigerians are creative people who turn ideas to reality.