[PHOTOS]: Open House Lagos Celebrates A Bigger and Better Architectural Weekend

British Council and the Open House Lagos Board, in partnership with Sterling Bank Plc, hosted over 500 local and international tourists to a memorable architectural weekend in Lagos.

With the theme ‘A Resilient City’, the event kicked off on Thursday, 20th April 2017, with its first fringe activity – “Mind the Gap” organized by AAND (African Alliance for New Design), an initiative by three dynamic architects – Tosin Oshinowo, Seun Oduwole and Papa Omotayo who seek to explore and promote the value of good design. The symposium which took place at British Council Lagos focused on open conversations about Rethinking and Reclaiming Interstitial Spaces in the City.

See photos below:

Papa Omotayo

Mr Olasupo Shasore (SAN).​

Mrs. Kofo Adeleke, Mrs. Titi Adeleye, Mr. Tuoyo Jemerigbe​​

Adeolu Adefarasin and Tito Abumere playing Jenga


Diseye Tantua and Mr. Shola

Cycoclogy Team

Tourists led by Open House Lagos Tour Guide

​Tourists led by Shola (Legacy Group)​

PhotoWalk with Kene Nwatu, Iju and Funmilayo.


Alara Store

St. Georges Hall

Mr. Chuka addressing the guests.


Mich Straaw and Mr. Chuka Ihonor

Sebastiane Ebatamehi

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