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Posted 09.23.10 | PERMALINK | ESSAY

Mabel O. Wilson & Peter Tolkin: Listening There: Scenes from Ghana



Marketplace in central Accra. Proposed site of new City Hall.

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ABOUT THE ESSAY

Listening There: Scenes from Ghana
On Places, architects Mabel Wilson and Peter Tolkin curate a slideshow based on their research into the complex legacy of tropical modernism in Ghana.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Mabel O. Wilson navigates her practice, Studio 6Ten, between the fields of architecture, art and cultural history, and she teaches architecture at Columbia University.
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Peter Tolkin is an architect and photographer and principal of Peter Tolkin Architecture.
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