It's not a mirage. Kenya is breaking ground on a $14.4 billion tech city, in the middle of the savannah. Nothing currently exists at the site of Konza Technology City, 40 miles from Nairobi, but by 2015 they plan there will be more that 20,000 IT jobs available, which increases to 200,000 by projected completion in 2030.
In other news, check out this wearable architecture from a 3D printer, and are these furniture items going extinct? See the headlines after the jump.
• Next to Break Ground on a Pop-Up City? Surprise, it's Kenya | Curbed
• 3D Printed Jewelry Makes Architecture Wearable | Architizer
• The 10 Furniture Pieces That Are Becoming 'Extinct' | Huff Post Home
(Image: Dezeen via Curbed)