- A Twitter user has gotten netizens applauding as he shared photos of his architectural designs of buildings
- His designs included a tower for residential purposes, a billboard and a concept plan for a neighbourhood
- He went on to tag notable people who could help publicize his work and also bring them into reality
A third-year architecture student at KNUST called Yaw Appianing Boateng has taken to Twitter to share beautiful models of buildings, billboards and a neighbourhood as part of school work. He told YEN.com.gh that his work is a concept that expresses architectural design through the use of miniature art.
The residential tower model is almost life-sized and depicts a high-rise building and a roundabout that has a statue in the middle along what he describes as an economic street. He further went ahead to share the design for a miniature billboard that mimicks the much talked about billboards erected across Accra by Twitter Ghana.
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Many netizens have applauded him for the good work done. YEN.com.gh samples some comments below.
@kobby_U_S offered to help in his own small way by saying
Send me the architecture let me do the structural drawing for you
@Drvmroll applauded Yaw by saying
Used to do this back in Uni and hated every second of it. You really force.
The detailing is awesome
@e_4_enoch encouraged Yaw by adding
Whatever happens keep doing what you do best, this is awesome
This be hard bro , get going
One of his friends shared a video of how the architectural design looks. Take a look below.
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In a related article, YEN.com.gh wrote about the brains behind famous buildings in Ghana such as Unity Hall, Manhyia Palace, Cedi house and others. The 94-year-old architect was the sixth registered architect in Ghana and the first black person to head the architecture department at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
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