I snapped this photo of the Skyline Business Institute from my hotel window in Nairobi.
It is quite an interesting building. It is four storeys tall with horizontal bands of windows running the length of the building on each level. The windows appear to be metal-framed shaded by a concrete eyebrow.
At the right-hand end of the building there are a series of concrete ribs running vertically up the facade, almost certainly identifying an entrance.
The roofline consists of a simple parapet that curves with the building around the street corner. There is, however, an unusual break in the parapet towards the left-hand end of the building and what looks like a portion of a conventional pitched roof.
It would be great to know more, if anyone out there has any further details.
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