African Smart City

The main goals of a smart city are to improve policy efficiency, reduce waste and inconvenience, improve social and economic quality, and maximize social inclusion. Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable. Ensure sufficient clean aqueducts and water drainage systems and efficient renewable energy.

The Royal African Institute Masterplan is a generational opportunity that ensures that Africa is the future of sustainability and urban growth and creates a sustainable, ecologically productive master plan. Go beyond the state-of-the-art: set a world-leading standard for sustainable and climate-oriented design.

The architecture of the Royal Institutes reflects the purest identity and culture of the kingdom in ecological and minimalistic form, without compromising creativity of combining ancient and contemporary arts, as well as the historical and current traditions and geographical influences as shaped by the kingdoms. The Institute has a certain degree of uniformity and is scalable in size based on economic factors. The façade of the structures does not reflect religious, colonial, and coveted influences. Just as ancient Egyptian structures have their purity and remain majestic today. When the entire Institutes are put together, they reveal a tapestry of the true identity and pride of the complete authentic as well as reflective of the unobstructed development oughtness of African cultural heritage as a whole.