Limbo Accra is a collaborative spatial design practice founded in 2018 by Dominique Petit-Frère and Emil Grip, to work on architectural and urban design projects and public art installations. Much of their work emerges from research, interdisciplinary engagement, and experimentation with the aesthetics and cultural significance of unfinished, decaying concrete structures in West African cities. Inspired by the principles of inclusivity, otherness, and futurity, Limbo Accra often works with other creative disciplines in the formation of innovative and intuitive approaches to new design opportunities. Limbo Accra has exhibited across Europe, and recently worked on the design for Virgil Abloh’s Freedom Skatepark in Ghana. The practice was a recipient of the inaugural Black Design Visionaries program granted by Instagram Design, Meta Open Arts, and the Brooklyn Museum in 2021, and won the Monocle Design Awards in 2022. In 2023, it was awarded the prestigious grant from The Obel Foundation to support the development of Africa's first digital archive of incomplete brutalist structures.