The new //Kharas Regional Council offices were built around a need for sustainability and a maintenance free building that celebrates development within the //Kharas Region.View project >
At Kondjeni Nkandi Architects Inc, we strive to innovate and evolve through architecture. Working in collaboration with our clients, we create meaningful buildings and spaces that express and augment the environment and uplift the community, connecting people with nature. Through architecture, we apply ourselves to Namibia’s social and economic challenges and work continuously towards empowerment, ensuring that we remain on the cutting-edge of technology.
The new //Kharas Regional Council offices were built around a need for sustainability and a maintenance free building that celebrates development within the //Kharas Region.Read More >
In more recent years the University of Namibia has experienced an unprecedented and exponential growth in the student numbers, which required long term planning for and investments in teaching and administrative infrastructure for the the institution.Read More >
The corporate head office for the prominent state owned enterprise came as a result in growing demands for more office space with the exponential growth of staff numbers within the Namibian Ports Authority.Read More >
The Zambezi Regional Education office came as a result of the Regional Education Directorate’s dire need of their own office complex as currently the different departments are scattered in different buildings around Katima Mulilo and as their staff component has grown in numbers over the years there is no sufficient space available to cater for the needs required by the Ministry of Education in the Zambezi region.Read More >
With a mission to promote aviation safety through the conduct of independent and objectified investigations into aircraft accidents and incidents in accordance with Annex 13, of the Convention on International Civil Aviation organization, the Directorate of Aircraft Accidents Investigations required facility that would echo this intent.Read More >