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Hello and welcome to my personal slice of web space. This is the place where I seek to indulge myself in all things that interest me. I however, also hope for this blog to be a useful platform for documenting, learning, sharing and communicating.

Born in Nigeria, breed in England and Scotland, I am now in the latter parts of my journey to become a chartered architect in the UK. Given this background this blog will often have a bias towards design, the general humanities and social sciences, as this is where my major interests lie. This said, music and food (particularly of the baked variety) are things I can’t do without and will undoubtedly feature here too!

So please free to browse around , leave your impressions or get in touch! I am a recent university graduate with professional experience in architecture and design, and I’m open to freelance work related to these fields. Visit my CV and Portfolio pages for a scope of my personal work and do not hesitate to contact me for some general advice or indeed with regards to some design work you may need help doing.

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Fountain Hacks by Portugese studio LIKEarchitects and fashion designer Ricardo Dourado
"Unexpected pertinence: Extending the current notions of public space, the inhabitants of Guimarães are invited to take the maximum profit of these (waterful) mo(nu)ments. The concept is to promote an occupation of the water public spaces by redefining city’s physical limits and deleting the social predefined boundaries. This project is not about beauty, but reinvention - it is about fountain-use upgrade design.
Low-tech, maximum effect: Quick and simple to implement, low-tech urban hacks shows city-users they must be part of the city urban planning, calling for a use of public space where hacking becomes an energetic, optimistic design approach. Fountain Hacks promotes places to enjoy and refresh: put your feet into the water as you have always wished; try on the social shower and invite your neighbour to join you; make part of the city users!”
via Dezeen and Pierre Mallet ;-)

    urbanbricolage:

    Fountain Hacks by Portugese studio LIKEarchitects and fashion designer Ricardo Dourado

    "Unexpected pertinence: Extending the current notions of public space, the inhabitants of Guimarães are invited to take the maximum profit of these (waterful) mo(nu)ments. The concept is to promote an occupation of the water public spaces by redefining city’s physical limits and deleting the social predefined boundaries. This project is not about beauty, but reinvention - it is about fountain-use upgrade design.

    Low-tech, maximum effect: Quick and simple to implement, low-tech urban hacks shows city-users they must be part of the city urban planning, calling for a use of public space where hacking becomes an energetic, optimistic design approach. Fountain Hacks promotes places to enjoy and refresh: put your feet into the water as you have always wished; try on the social shower and invite your neighbour to join you; make part of the city users!”

    via Dezeen and Pierre Mallet ;-)

    Posted on Thursday, September 25th 2014

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