Pritzker Prize 2022: Francis Kéré becomes first African to win ‘Nobel of architecture’

When he was 7 years old, Francis Kéré left his family home to attend school because his village, Gando in Burkina Faso, did not have one of its own. Thirteen years later he moved to Germany on a carpentry scholarship with a dream of returning home one day to build the classrooms that didn’t then exist.

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