Last week, Diébédo Francis Kéré became the first African to win architecture’s highest honour, the Pritzker Architecture Prize. Kéré is unique in his focus on creating beautiful, sustainable buildings for marginalised communities—and his work spans secondary schools, health centres and art pavilions. As the jury put it: “His buildings, for and with communities, are directly of those communities—in their making, their materials, their programs and their unique characters. They are tied to the ground on which they sit and to the people who sit within them." The above is a surgical centre in Burkina Faso. You can see his other projects here.