Architectural Association of Kenya

Why it’s important to integrate urban and traffic planning

James Odongo is an Urban Planner and the Research and Advocacy Manager at the Architectural Association of Kenya.  As an […]

How different will the post-pandemic office look like?

As the world smarts from the debilitating blows of the Covid-19 pandemic, there is need to revisit our conception of […]

How Covid-19 will influence future innovation in home design

Designers and architects expect the pandemic will affect building design long after the pandemic is over. Multifunctionality and need for […]

Architectural Association of Kenya: Virus infect rental yields in Q2

Rental yields in Kenya have declined with coronavirus pandemic shocks afflicting key sectors that directly affected the construction industry, with […]

Don’t just build… do it right, says architects’ boss

By continuing to ignore professionals in the built environment, developers are walking a tight rope, warns Jacob Mwangi, CEO, Architectural Association […]

Architect decries influx of foreigners in local industry

Who is an architect and why should one have one when building or renovating? An architect is a professional who […]

Delays at City Hall hold back Sh5.2b Upper Hill condos

Eighty-eight Nairobi Condominium, a Sh5.2 billion residential project in Upper Hill under development by Lordship Africa Group has stalled following […]

Delays in permit issuance bite construction industry

Delay in issuance of permits could cripple the construction sector while at the same time hurt Kenya’s ease of doing […]

The high cost of building materials slowing cheap housing project

Players in the building industry have sounded the alarm over the cost of manufacturing building materials in the country as […]