I am a believer that everyone deserves beautiful Architecture, and it is my duty as an Architect to best serve the community.
Jean Paul Sebuhayi Uwase
Jean Paul joined MASS in 2011 as an intern and then in 2013 as Associate. Having been educated in the first class of architects in Rwanda where the numbers are still quite small, he believes that everyone deserves to experience beautiful design. Thus, his first duty is to best serve the community. Jean Paul holds an award for the best performing student in Architecture at the former Kigali Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) now. College of Science and Technology (COSTEC). As his first career practice, he worked with MASS while he was still a student and after he graduated, he began working on projects that create a positive impact on the community. His current projects include Malawi Maternity Waiting Village and the One Acre Fund Headquarters in Kenya.