Black Panther movie inspires conversation around African architecture | Podcast

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Ark Republic’s first podcast interviews Nmadili Okwumabua, an urban planner and founder of research company, Sub Sahara. As a professor and researcher who travels between Atlanta and Abuja, Okwumabua advocates to expand and develop modern African architecture.

Upon the recommendation of an admirer of her work, Okwumabua converged her exhibition of African architecture with the Black Panther Marvel film into a poster series. She hoped that Marvel Studios considered her designs. Although she never received the attention to be considered, Okwumabua’s passion is connected to the conversation that followed the release of Black Panther.

One of the major questions was, “What does a futuristic Africa look like?” For Okwumabua, it starts with buildings.

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