- A group of architecture students from KNUST have proposed plans for a residential community in Ejisu that will meet the housing needs of low-income people
- The students conducted a survey in Ejisu where they determined that the township needed versatile and affordable residential buildings.
- After studying for weeks, the team was able to come up with a realistic design that would solve the housing problems of the people of Ejisu.
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A group of KNUST 300-level architecture students have produced architectural designs for affordable, high-density buildings that will be the solution to the large number of people in the township who need decent housing.
Addressed exclusively to YEN.com.ghthe team said that:
We conducted a rural-urban survey in Ejisu Township for weeks where we found solutions to the housing needs of local people. We have designed high-density residential buildings that are user-friendly and cater to Ejisu’s ever-growing population and expanding business hub.
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After completing the architectural designs, the team presented them to their professors and the student body in a presentation.
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Ghana has a housing deficit of nearly 2 million units. As people flock to the big cities, it becomes increasingly difficult for them to find decent housing. The architectural designs of KNUST students and the designs of other brilliant architecture students will go a long way in solving the housing crisis in Ghana when implemented.
Below is a video of the team showcasing their architectural design for Ejisu’s mixed-use, high-density buildings.
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In an earlier story, YEN.com.gh wrote about how a Ghanaian architecture student designed a beautiful library for Takoradi. Abdul Azeez Tanko Nuhu, a student from Ghana, showed off his stunning architectural plans for a library in Takoradi.
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On his Facebook page, he posted the drawings and described them as a contemporary cultural and information library. Abdul Azeez went on to say that the library will include unique features such as an internet cafe, music hall, sports center and other attractions.
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