The berber village in M'zien (Lemzyen) 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.
3D model shows a traditional kitchen in the Berger village in Lemzyen. The roof of the model was removed.
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