The British council hosted the Open House Lagos tour few weeks back which basically was a 3-day event to showcase the outstanding architecture of Lagos for all to experience. We caught up with the events and also got a few amazing pictures!
Bogobiri House is an African-themed Boutique hotel and restaurant located in Ikoyi, Lagos. There’s a library, a gallery, an art shop in the building.
ALARA is a luxury lifestyle brand dedicated to contemporary art, design, fashion, cuisine and culture
Freedom Park Lagos, born out of the ruins of Her Majesty’s Broad Street Prisons, was reconstructed to preserve the history and cultural heritage of the Nigerian People. Freedom Park Lagos is a National Memorial, a Historical landmark, a Cultural site & an Arts and Recreation center
St George’s Hall
Founded in 1904, St.George’s Lodge was consecrated on 1st, July 1905. The foundation was laid on 5th January 1907 by Sir Walter Egerton; the Governor of the Colony and Protectorate of Southern Nigeria. The building’s shows exquisitely finished pillars and railings on the balcony.
Lagos HOMS is a government initiative to encourage and support home ownership of First-Time Buyer (FTB) residents of Lagos State.
Floating School, Makoko
Lagos Central Mosque
Holy Cross Cathedral
G9, Banana Island
The Rock Cathedral
Ebute Metta Masonic Lodge
GTBank Alumni Building
Iya Alasoke Mosque
This house has been designed to fit the notion of tropicalized climate control, with loggias, verandahs, and courtyards. Simple in appearance, it boasts a most sophisticated garden