The ARCHIFUSE is an annual event initiated by the student body under the auspices of the Society of Architecture Students (SAS). As the name implies, it is a fusion architectural education and practice; and seeks to create a platform where architects in practice share their uncommon experiences with architectural educators and the students of architecture. ARCHIFUSE is usually a week long programme event featuring talk shows, counselling, seminars, exhibitions, awareness campaigns, design competitions and excursion/tours. It provides an avenue where students can freely ask questions related to architectural practice, requirements for membership of the Nigerian Institute of Architects (NIA), registration with the Architects Registration Council of Nigeria (ARCON) and prospects in architecture as a profession and vocation. Due the success recorded in the past editions of this event it is now recognized as a University event and given a slot in the University annual calendar.
The first Town and Gown seminar for 2016 was held on Thursday January 28th, at the CST conference Room. The guest speaker (presenter) being Arc. Oluwole Adebayo, the principal partner of Wole Adebayo and Associates. The topic of the seminar is – Climate Change and Architectural Practice in Nigeria: Issues, Challenges and Prospects.
venue: CST Conference Room
Time: 2.00pm prompt