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This seven storey building on a tight rectangular site, is one of Artec Pratice’s most well known building in Lagos, Nigeria.

Designed as a series of interlocking triangles on a rectangular site, the exam hall that could sit about 250 people, has a distinctive character with the lean-to roof and prominent circular columns that runs from floor to roof.

The office block is designed with a main circulation and services core as ‘slave’ elements to serve the ‘master space’ basically open plan office spaces with a pent floor, sleeping quarters on the 6th floor. The building has distinctive form, and materials in glass and agglomerate Tiles external cladding.

 

Info

  • Category : Architecture, Design
  • Client : Federal Ministry of Justice
  • Location : Lagos – Nigeria

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