The future of African urban planning: A pattern language approach
with Priscilla Namwanje
Episode based on the article
About the Speaker
Priscilla Namwanje is an urbanist and researcher from Uganda, holding a master’s degree in urbanism from Delft University of Technology and a bachelor’s degree in architecture from Makerere University. With over five years of research experience, she champions socio‐spatial justice and urban resilience for sustainable Global South cities. Her work received the prestigious Holcim Award for Sustainability 2021, winning first prize in the next‐generation category. Priscilla currently leads ReFrame, an urbanism research initiative, and lectures at Makerere University.