The second building constructed after the Makoko MFS, MFSII, was a larger, demountable and transportable version of the floating system. It was built in 10 days by 4 assemblers and was exhibited at the 15th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia. The project was awarded the Silver Lion for its “powerful demonstration (…) that architecture, both iconic and pragmatic, can enhance the relevance of education“. MFSIII, the third version, was temporarily hosted in Bruges on the occasion of its 2018 Triennial Exhibition. During its stay in the city, it became an exhibition, workshop and school space. Finally, the MSFIV is being built in the beautiful bay of Mindelo, on the island of São Vicente, Cape Verde, in West Africa. When completed, it will stand as a cultural and creative platform dedicated to the promotion of music, dance, art, fashion and other creative industries in the region.