Papa Omotayo is a RIBA-qualified graduate of the University of Cardiff’s Welsh School of Architecture. He has been creative director of MOE+ Art Architecture in Lagos since 2012. He was previously a partner and creative director at O+O Architecture and Design, a practice based in London and Lagos, which he co-founded in 2004 and which merged with MOE Limited in 2012. He is also a founding member of African Alliance for New Design and of bukka, a research and education trust investigating the developing urban city. He was voted one of the top 50 Nigerians as part of Time Out’s independence issue. He is on the advisory board at Oxbridge College, Lagos, a committee member of the Child Life Line Charity and a trustee of the African Heritage group.
Events featuring this speaker
Can participation in arts and cultural experiences in the public realm catalyse change for a society? The panel will consider the changing face of arts in the public realm, bringing experience from their international work.
How do we create sustainable cities? How do we make sure that sustainability involves all? And how do we do this for all generations? Our panel explores what works well and what needs to be done.