Contributor: Danielle Mileo

Danielle is an Amsterdam-based artist and exhibition designer with a passion for the presentation and preservation of art and artefacts. Trained in both sculpture and architecture, she is committed to using architectural design as a means through which to communicate the cultural, historic and social importance of art objects, ideas and artefacts. In her spare time, she practices the delicate Japanese art of kintsugi.

Lesley Lokko: Decolonising Architecture

Danielle Mileo caught up with Lesley after her lecture ‘What Pliny Said’ at the World Architecture Festival in Amsterdam late last year, to discuss the challenges around decolonisation and pedagogy in architectural education on the African continent.