Women in Architecture: The enthralling works of Olajumoke Adenowo’s AD Consulting

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As one Africa’s leading architects, Nigeria’s Olajumoke Adenowo, who has  been described  as  “Starchitect “, was a compelling and befitting choice for our first Cover interview in our series of African women trailblazing in mostly male-dominated fields. Her interview was deeply inspirational and motivating – you can read it here . Meanwhile,  here is snippet, of some of her designs, courtesy of Olajumoke Adenowo’s AD Consulting. So many reasons why every parent should be encouraged to encourage  their daughters that they can become architects  – because a career in architecture, is not a man’s world. Olajumoke Adenowo has broken the mould and shattered that perception.

AD Consulting’s track record includes nine banks including prototypes in Victoria Island, Lagos mainland, Kaduna, Port Harcourt and other parts of Nigeria. Healthcare facilities in the South – South, Industrial buildings in Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt and other parts of Nigeria ranging from pharmaceutical to the oil service sector, residential developments and interior renovations.

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