The Africa Centre Reopens to Celebrate Culture and Community  

After 60 years in its original Covent Garden location, London’s Africa Centre has relocated to an impressive new space in Southwark, home to the city’s largest Black African community. A center for exploring African culture and cultivating community, the Africa Centre worked assiduously to develop a new home that would express the best of African design traditions and to foster a sense of pride in African heritage. Just as the centre is conceived as a beacon of Pan-African culture, a symbol of both unity and diversity within the continent, the project was also the result of a collaboration between several parties, as Freehaus worked closely with interior designer Tola Ojuolape, structural engineers Price & Myers, art curator Alexia Walker, and brand designer Mam’gobozi Design Factory. As a result, the interiors are rich and layered, working on various scales and combining a carefully considered palette of colours, textures and furniture, inspired by and often sourced from the African continent.

SOURCE: WALLPAPER

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