Friday, 29 April 2016

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British Council Open House Lagos unveils Lagos' Most Celebrated Buildings

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  • In anticipation of the biggest architectural showcase in Lagos, Open House Lagos has revealed the buildings to be visited during the 3 day tour. Under the guidance of professional buildings tour guides, registered participants will be given free access to the following buildings;


    The Rock Cathedral

    Central Mosque

    UNILAG Alumni GTBank

    Church Gate Tower

    Please click on this link for more images of buildings.
     
    Nigerian Railway Compound – selected houses, Locomotive Shed, British Council, Ikoyi, Bogobiri House, Ikoyi, Alara Store, Victoria Island, Plot G9, Banana Island, Radisson Blue Hotel, Victoria Island, Malaika Mews, Lekki, Maison Fahrenheit, Victoria Island, Freedom Park, Nestoil Tower, GTBank UNILAG Alumni Building,German Consulate, Makoko Hotspot, St Geroge's Hall, Central Mosque, House on The Rock, Victoria Island, Churchgate Towers, Victoria Island, Heritage Place and so many more. 
     "Well-designed buildings and public spaces are vital in creating and sustaining a vibrant city and Open House Lagos will enable the wider community to become more knowledgeable, engage in dialogue and make informed judgements about the architecture of their city.”Victoria Thornton OBE (Founder and Director of Open City / Open House Worldwide)
    Open House Lagos is proudly supported by Sterling Bank Nigeria, OMENKA, City FM, WFM, Spice TV, Guardian TV, The Guardian, Hello Magazine, Mania Magazine, Genevieve Magazine, Wings Magazine, Exquisite Magazine,Guardian Life, Bellanaija, 54 Artistry,Pride Magazine, TSA, Olorisupergal, Olodo Nation, 360 Nobs, Guardian Arts and Pulse NG.
     
    For registration and inquiry, please visit
    Website: www.openhouselagos.com
    Twitter: @openhouselagos
    Instagram: openhouselagos
    Press information contact Esther at esther@bobbytaylorcompany.com


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