mosquemoe: Colourful west-african Terracotta Mosque. Porto-Novo, Benin. (photo by Anthony Asael)
Indoor s meets outdoors ... beauty of South African architecture ...
Africa | The musgum, an ethnic group in far north province in cameroon, created their homes from compressed sun-dried mud. More info http://kingshabit.tumblr.com/post/1260068740/the-musgum-an-ethnic-group-in-far-north-province.
South African architectural firm Slee & Co Architects have created the Treehouse in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Here's another example of a Dogon door carving. That's what I want my front door to look like one day. But maybe I have to carve one myself.
Cameroon via Bernard Ryefield, "Traditional Architecture"
Zaria, ville Haussa, nord Nigeria photo Bruno Barbey
Mauritania, Oualata. More African doorway amazingness / color palette inspiration.
Organization of African Unity Monument
I'm a huge fan of the mosaic African patterns on this doorway detail shot. The bold colors are characteristic of Africa, and the geometric style implies that it is heavily influenced by Islamic architectural requirements.