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  • Mirabelle Galian

    love these curves, waves & points. Love these curves, waves and points. The Mapungubwe Interpretation Centre by Peter Rich Architects from South Africa.

  • Lu Ci

    Mapungubwe Interpretation Centre [Mapungubwe National Park, Limpopo, South Africa] // Peter Rich

  • Lisa Jo Art

    using a 600 years old construction system to achieve a low economical and environmental impact. The traditional timbrel vaulting, using locally made pressed soil cement tiles, allows the design to be materialized with minimal formwork and no steel reinforcement. - Mapungubwe Interpretation Centre / Peter Rich Architects

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