The façade treatment of this building stands out as being less common in Maputo, for an apartment bock. The balconies project outward, instead of the more common recessing or “voiding” (as in the building on right side). They are also curved, rather than square, which is prevalent throughout the city. Upon closer inspection, the curved balconies have a down-stand that shields the cooling units of air-conditioning from view, as well as providing a minimum of protection to the access doors on the floor below. In this way, the architect has guaranteed maximum graphic impact for those differentiating balconies. The pink paint exaggerates the “popping”effect of the balconies too. I estimate it was built in the 1970’s. Located on Av. Julius Nyerere.