Sir David Adjaye and Kofi Bio (Director Africa Projects) were delighted to welcome HRH Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall on their recent Royal Visit to Ghana.
They toured Christiansborg Castle, locally known as 'Osu Castle'. Built in the 17th century it was once a Danish, then British slave fort. Until recently, 'Osu Castle' was the seat of Ghana's post-independence Government and forms part of Accra's monumental core, soon to be put through restoration and development by Adjaye Associates as part of the Marine Drive project.
His Royal Highness and the Duchess also attended a traditional Durbar procession at Manhyia Palace on Akwasidae in Kumasi with, local Chiefs and Queen mothers.