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Communities and their various needs change over time, hence they require spaces that can adapt well to those changes and even allow for a range of users to enjoy the same space at different times.
However, though the ambition to make places of lasting civic presence in cities and towns today may seem an obvious one, it presents significant challenges.
Using the domains of the various case studies, participant’s naturalistic observations and active consultations with the target respondents, the principles of flexibility is fully explored.
This research is centred on the investigation and the application of a system of programming of such spaces - spaces that possess an intrinsic capacity to adapt to the ever changing aspirations of the population by availing multiple opportunities for conversation, information sharing, performances, celebrations and play, whether on a short-term, mid-term and/ or long-term basis.
Daniel Etteh is both a practicing Architect and a research fellow.
He has a B.Sc.
Degree in Architecture from the University of Uyo and a M.Sc.
Degree in Architecture from the prestigious University of Nigeria.
He is an Associate Member of the Nigerian Institute of Architects.
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