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Sunday, 16 January 2011

NCC Building in Abuja

What do you think of this building, an inspirational piece of art, defiance to traditional Nigerian architecture, or a mockery?

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Guaranty Trust Bank branch, Lawanson, Surulere, Lagos

What do you think of this building. Unfortunately I have not had the opportunity of entering it, but from the outside it is definitely something that would stand out and might even be a regular subject for debate admist Lagos traffic. In a city famed for its crammed conditions and confusing road layout a building like this may not fit in without a hitch, however imagine how much easier it would be to describe and find where the bank is.

Photo from: http://www.theguardianlifemagazine.blogspot.com/

Tuesday, 4 January 2011

Introducing: "Your Father said, Your Mother said; The Chronicles of A Middle Class Nigerian Child"

A new blog that consists of a collection of stories of a distant childhood recollected from the authors memory, living and growing up in Nigeria, and contrasts this to their current state in the United Kingdom.

This blog is interesting and would make a good read, for international readers of the blog, it opens a dimension into the mind of the middle class in Nigeria and tells several stories from the unique viewpoint of a child.

Just check it out!!

Click here: http://middleclassnigerian.blogspot.com/

Monday, 3 January 2011

Happy New Year!!

Happy New Year from Nigerian Architecture Blog, we wish you a very prosperous 2011.

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