Ngaren: The Museum of Humankind is set to be built by Studio Libeskind on a cliff in Kenya's breathtaking Rift Valley. The educational establishment is inspired by "Kenyan paleoanthropologist, conservationist and politician Richard Leakey" and it will deliver over two million years of knowledge in human history.
The Museum of Humankind will be erected amid a beautiful landscape that will most certainly contribute to its popularity. Set to open in 2022, the programming and curation of exhibits are envisioned to converge "all walks of life to Africa: the epicenter of human existence."
For the silhouette of the establishment, Studio Libeskind looks toward the aesthetic of ancient hand tools. As a result, two pointy structures are conceptualized. The museum will also boast a sloped walkway and a third, dome-shaped building.
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