#Tastemakers: Architect Morrison Wachira talks designing delicious spaces

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Food courts over the years have served as culinary destinations for hungry Kenyan diners and families, with Nairobi’s Sarit Centre establishing the standard three decades ago. Food courts have generally kept the same format – 5 to 10 tenants huddled in a corner at one end of the shopping mall – but as shopping malls have evolved, so have the dining spaces.

In this latest installment of Tastemakers, Susan Wong speaks to a rising star in Kenya’s architectural industry, Morrison Wachira, to learn more about how food courts have evolved and what his latest project with Bowman Associates, The Karen Hub, will offer the discerning shopper and diner.

About Tastemakers

Passion for craft captured. Tastemakers is an inspiring, quirky, colourful and personality driven video documentary series curated and directed by award-winning lifestyle journalist Susan Wong (@susanluckywong), produced and edited by Francis Mbatha (@francombatha) – dedicated to sharing the amazing personal stories behind good craft.

Tastemakers celebrates the personalities behind the hospitality industry and will bring you to kitchens, onto farmland, into the world of award-winning mixologists and even on to construction sites. Tastemakers is dedicated to sharing the amazing personal stories behind industry-leading people.

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SUSAN WONG

Susan Wong is the Editor of Capital Lifestyle, a resident photographer, an award-winning journalist, radio presenter, full-time adventurer, long-time admirer of anything edible, and a spicy food athlete at Capital FM.

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  • Education

    I hope this will advance working relations between KWS
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