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N Tunde 2 Lagos Building

Ikoyi Building in Nigeria, West Africa design by SAOTA Architects

6 Apr 2012

Location: Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria, western Africa

Design: SAOTA – Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects and Antoni Associates

Lagos Building

Status: under construction

N Tunde 2 Lagos Building
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N Tunde 2, Lagos

Designed for an owner / occupier the development comprises a Penthouse Villa for family use, 8 rental apartments, a clubhouse with recreational facilities, an office suite and a small mosque.

N Tunde 2 Lagos building design by SAOTA

Situated in Ikoyi, Lagos, the building is typical to the area in that it provides all of its own infrastructure, power generation, water purification, black water treatment etc. but atypical in the high quality architectural solution that it provides. The double height external living spaces of the penthouse provide a central organising space for the home that is protected from the tropical elements, the sun and rain, and a refuge from the frenetic pace of Lagos.

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Access to the penthouse is separated from the access used by the rest of the apartments at the ground floor heightening the sense of refuge.

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N Tunde 2 Lagos – Building Information

Project Name: N Tunde 2
Location: Lagos, Nigeria
Architects: SAOTA – Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects
Project Team: Stefan Antoni, Greg Truen, Phillippe Fouché, Thabiso Nkoane, Saait Samodien, Roxanne Kaye
Completion Date: due Dec 2012

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Lagos Property design : SAOTA Architects

Location: Lagos, Nigeria, Africa

Nigeria Building Designs

Recent Lagos building designs on e-architect:

Kingsway Tower, Ikoyi, Lagos, western Africa
Architects: SAOTA
Kingsway Tower Ikoyi Lagos
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Kingsway Tower, Ikoyi, Lagos
A landmark mixed-use building set on a prominent corner on Alfred Rewane Road, an arterial road that bisects the city leading north towards the airport and south to the Victoria Island. The building designed by South African architects SAOTA is 15 storeys high. It has a basement, a two-level retail podium, a parking podium and 12 office floor levels.

Ramzi Towers, Victoria Island, Lagos
Design: SPARK Architects
Ramzi Towers
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Lagos Tower Building

A recent Nigerian Building on e-architect:

Mauritius Golf Estate Buildings, Abuja, Nigeria, western Africa
Design: Rodriguez Pons / Architects
Mauritius Golf Estate Club House in Abuja, Nigeria building
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Mauritius Golf Estate Buildings
Mauritius Golf Estate is located on a green and scenic landscape, a development of 30 houses with a small golf course, which invites you to live a sustainable lifestyle. There are 4.3 hectares that include large recreational areas promoting a calm and elegant environment, which aims at an emotional well-being.

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African Architecture

West African Building by SAOTA Architects

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Dakar Sow House

African Buildings by SAOTA Architects

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Cove 6 House

Cove 3, Knysna, Western Cape, South Africa
Design: SAOTA – Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects
Cove 3 House

Another west African building on e-architect:

University of The Gambia – New Campus
Design: Snøhetta
University of The Gambia Buildings

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Glass House, Johannesburg
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