Kampala on a Global Stage: Doreen Adengo’s Cross-Disciplinary Legacy


AFRICAN MOBILITIES (3X3) / Adengo Architecture. Image Courtesy of Adengo Architecture

Doreen Adengo, Ugandan architect and trailblazer, passed away on July the 22nd of this year, after battling a long-term illness. She founded Adengo Architecture in 2005, a studio based out of her home city of Kampala. A designer who studied in the United States, worked in firms in New York, Washington, and London, and was teaching at Uganda Martyrs University – her legacy is nothing short of extraordinary. It is a legacy that spans disciplines and geographies – but a legacy, too, that is deeply rooted in the context of Africa, Uganda, and Kampala.

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