Hidden Figures: The Historic Contributions of Black Architects in the United States

Hidden Figures: The Historic Contributions of Black Architects in the United States Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture designed by Freelon Adjaye Bond/SmithGroup. Image © Nic Lehoux Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/949665/hidden-figures-the-historic-contributions-of-black-architects-in-the-united-states This article was originally published on Common Edge. Designer Paul Wellington, based in Milwaukee, United States, … Read more

A black swan event: Djirda Miya Island

Over its 40-year life, the Maali (black swan) bonds with one other partner. Younger Maali will breed several times a year, losing their white flight feathers each time, and gathering as a flightless flock to raise their young. Mali exchange roles. Some become the carers of the large, lustrous, pale green eggs, adopting any that … Read more