Kenyans praise architecture student's talent after showcasing impressive building models

Kenyans praise architecture student's talent after showcasing impressive building models Kenyans praise architecture student's talent after showcasing impressive building models
  • Architecture student Phoebe Ng'eno has proven that when talent, passion, and training meet, magic happens
  • This is after the diploma student showcased the creative models she made of a maisonette and a TVET tuition block
  • Kenyans were impressed by Ng'eno's designs and flocked to the comments section to praise her for her creativity

Phoebe Ng'eno, a second-year Diploma in Technology Architecture student at the Technical University of Kenya (TUK), recently showcased her remarkable architectural skills.

She flaunted two impressive models: a maisonette and a TVET tuition block as part of the university's curriculum.

What did Ng'eno design for her project?

Kalenjins Online shared the photos, adding that the hands-on projects help students hone their skills and prepare for the job market.

Ng'eno's maisonette model exemplifies modern residential design, featuring innovative solutions to maximize space and enhance aesthetic appeal.

Ng'eno's TVET tuition block model is equally noteworthy and highlights her ability to design functional and sustainable educational facilities.

The project underscores the importance of vocational and technical education, aligning with the country's vision to empower youth through skill development.

Kenyans praise Ng'eno's talent

Nelson Kiprop Samoei:

"Good work, then at the top of the house, construct a table tennis field and a badminton square. Very perfect."

Kennedy Kamarei:

"Pure talent. Do also consider the woman in Nandi who has also decorated her compound."

Dominic Langat

"She is talented, passionate, and with excellent skills. She is in the right profession. I am sure she presented the whole project very well."

Kawangware boy innovates remote-controlled excavator

Elsewhere, a young boy living in Gatina, Kawangware, Nairobi, has inspired many people after showcasing his remote-controlled excavator innovation.

Liquid Intelligent Technologies Kenya Chief Technology Innovation Officer (CTIO) Ben Roberts shared a video of the boy online demonstrating how his mechanical digger works.

TUKO.co.ke reached out to Roberts, who revealed that he had met the boy on the streets and invited him to his office to discuss how he could help advance his innovation.

The video caught the attention of many Kenyans, with some congratulating the pupil while calling for his support.

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