Nana Biamah-Ofosu is an architect, researcher and writer practising in London, U.K. She combines practice with teaching at the Department of Architecture and Landscape at Kingston School of Art and The Architectural Association School of Architecture. Nana is a co-founder of Studio NYALI, a design research partnership with Bushra Mohamed, currently researching the compound house as a common typology on the African continent. Nana is a graduate of the New Architecture Writers (N.A.W) programme and a regular contributor to architectural press in the U.K and internationally.
By continuing to use the site you agree to our cookies policy. Accept