people and spaces
Dar es Salaam
ANZA magazine space in the recently demolished Ebrahim building during the first workshop
ANZA 1 workshop
Working hard with the Camenzind team during the initial stages of the first ever issue..'People and spaces'
Working in the rain
It rained.. and rained... and rained some more!
William from Camenzind working late at Ebrahim building.
Abella and William finalise the magazine designs
The first print
ANZA 1 gets printed! Hurrah!
Printing ANZA 1
The process behind the bold newspaper print of ANZA 1!
The typical ANZA wall, where all the events behind each workshop are coordinated.
The busiest and largest local market in Dar es Salaam on a busy September day.
People and spaces
ANZA 1 official cover photo- In the heart of the Dar es Salaam.
After a long and tiring day, the team lay down the magazine sketches (courtesy of Richard Musinguzi).
ANZA in London
Patrick Myles from RIBA journal discusses with John Paul and Comfort.
Gamassa and Comfort hard at work during the ANZA 3 workshop and exhibition held in London, 2012
Khalid and Linda scrutinise the mockup of the first issue.
The usual ANZA brainstorm.. What will come next?
Presentations are part of the process
Comfort M presents the London exhibition to the team in Dar es Salaam.
The famous monument in the Dar es Salaam city centre. A memorial to the askari soldiers who fought in the British Carrier Corps in World War 1.
The first workshop together with the Camenzind team.
Vendors along a typical Dar es Salaam street selling items to customers.
The entrance to the Ebrahim building. Home to ANZA 1 and where it all begun!
Msasani informal area
A testament to the informal developments in the heart of Dar es Salaam. Msasani area.
Mlalakuwa bridge near Ardhi University. The deteriorating bridge is located next to a musty swamp and is in need of serious repair.
A true milestone in ANZA. The long awaited receipt of an ISSN number. Overjoyed, the team hung it up on the wall for all to see during the ANZA 3 workshop.
Busy day in Kariakoo market, Dar es Salaam.
Main building and central hub of the large Tanzanian market place.