Kirubel Tadesse (Arch)
Long lived courage of chiseling stone, stone Architecture
Ethiopia’s dramatic topography has in some measure influenced one of Ethiopians distinctive longstanding cultural and vernacular Architecture.
Adwa Museum, by Arch.Fasil Giorgi’s the museum was still under construction during 2011_12 at the historical city of the northern Ethiopia, Adwa
The most impressive surviving evidence of Ethiopia’s artistic past is its stone monuments and construction, as an integral part of our available resource and beauty to this interesting structure I believe our experience on chiseling stone help us to put stones one to another.
Here you can look how original and traditional the interior looks beside its flawless look, it’s a one step ahead alarming both the attitude and workmanship of our society in order to have such an identity telling Architecture in the future!
By: Kirubel Tadesse