The berber village in Lemzyen (M'zien) is a historical dry stone structure in the Atlas Mountains of North Africa.
The Zamani Project documented several dwellings and structures here in 2013. These include House 1 and House 2.
The documentation was executed in co-operation with Prof Hamza Zeghlache and his team from the University of Setif, Algeria.
> South African National Research Foundation (NRF)
> The Saville Foundation
> Prof. Hamza Zeghlache, University of Setif
The 3D model shows a traditional house structure in the Berger village in Lemzyen. This model was redone in 2020 unsing Realtiy Capture including the original laser scans and the SfM photography from 2013.
3D model shows a traditional kitchen in the Berger village in Lemzyen. The roof of the 3D model was removed to show the inside. This model was redone in 2020 unsing Realtiy Capture including the original laser scans and the SfM photography from 2013.
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