Trombinoscope (UK)
Wednesday, 04 November 2020 08:14

(Togo First) - Born in 1980 in Lomé, Sénamé Koffi AGBODJINOU is an independent researcher, architect, and anthropologist. Throughout his career, this free-thinker piled up awards and attended high-level conferences where he often emphasized the need for Africans to reappropriate African architecture, combine the modern with the traditional, and create a bridge between ancestral heritage and Afro-futurism.

He is the founder of WoeLab, Togo's first fablab, which brings together a network of Togolese grassroots tech-hubs to "make everyone equal in the face of technology." Sénamé is mainly known for launching the HubCité vernacular smart city project, the WoeLab Grassroots incubator, and making W.Afate which is Africa's first 3D printer built from computer waste. In Togo, he is a true pioneer in the domain.

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