- University of Antwerp – International Design Workshop Week
- Creativity, confinement and conflict – Question Architecture X Arts University Bournemouth
- Noon Lecture Online: Creativity, confinement and conflict
- Colloquium – Icons of Domestic Ritual
- Opening of the exhibition : “Icons of Domestic Rituals”
Category Archives: workshops
Re-ACT by design is the theme of an annual series of international workshop weeks for master students product development, architecture, interior architecture, heritage studies, and urbanism and spatial planning of the Faculty of Design Sciences at the University of Antwerp and … Continue reading
Creativity, confinement and conflict a lecture by Ola-Dele Kuku Question Architecture X Arts University Bournemouth Noon Forum 30/11/2020 Link to the full lecture (part 1) here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hAVRsPCDWYY in collaboration with http://www.questionarchitecture.com/ @inspiredaub @cia_lagos @noon_consulting @oladelekuku
Conflict Culture -The design era of ‘Need’ – rather than ‘Want’ a lecture by Ola-Dele Kuku …With reference to wars, displacements and natural disasters, boundaries are constantly shifting and new territories are being created. These new territories have become the … Continue reading
A SYMPOSIUM PROPOSED BY ARCHITECT OLA-DELE KUKU held on 08 JUNE ’17 — 18:00 This symposium, proposed by architect Ola-Dele Kuku, addresses African urban space as a place for progressive socio-cultural development, conflict prevention, and post-conflict rehabilitation. It is held under … Continue reading
Ola-Dele Kuku was interviewed by Alice Mestriner during the workshop “A Continuous State of Time” held at the National Nigerian Pavilion at the 15th International Architecture Exhibition – Venice 2016. More about the workshop on the Nigerian Pavilion website.
Visit the Nigerian Pavilion website for more information on the workshop.
The 7th Triennial for Design in Flanders 2013 is an investigation into the social relevance of design and the role and responsibility of designers in our society. This Triennial is a forum for designers who wish to contribute to this public … Continue reading