Laongo CSPS Clinic, designed by Francis Kéré.
Kéré Architecture Laongo CSPS Clinic, designed by Francis Kéré.

This month, the architecture industry is headed to Philadelphia for three days of lectures, meetings, and some real-life, business-card-swapping networking. What should you see during AIA Convention 2016?

The Philadelphia Museum of Art: The Berlin-based, Burkina Faso–born architect Francis Kéré designed an immersive, site-specific installation for the upcoming Creative Africa season at the downtown museum. “The Architecture of Francis Kéré: Building for Community,” showcases his community-focused, collaborative work that makes use of local materials, and encourages museum visitors to engage with their surroundings. It also includes a retrospective of the architect’s work. On view from May 14 to Sept. 25, 2016. Read more.

Read ARCHITECT's complete coverage of the AIA Convention 2016.