Matri-Archi(tecture) is an intersectional collective that empowers African women as a network dedicated to African-built development and spatial education. They action their ethos through their research unit and forthcoming spatial education program, focusing on transformation in partnership with spatial practitioners. Through their projects, they contribute to a pool of knowledge that aims at catalyzing and fostering dialogue and a consciousness in spatiality across Global Southern geographies. Their work emphasizes more inclusive paths for ongoing processes of alteration, transformation, and diversity. This has manifested through different mediums and scales as well as across different channels. Notable projects include exhibiting at the Africa Summit in Sankt Gallen, Switzerland (2018); a collaborative photography documentary project with Nairobi Design Week in Nairobi, Kenya (2019); an ongoing research project on urban nomads in Johannesburg, South Africa (2019 -); and one of many guest lectures including a recent talk in the series arquiteturas do sul global at Escola da Cidade in São Paulo, Brazil (2020). Matri-Archi(tecture) is co-directed by Khensani de Klerk and Solange Mbanefo.