Kunlé Adeyemi

architect, designer and urban researcher, and the founder/principal of NLÉ

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Climate change and the threat of rising sea levels may have us thinking about the future, but for many parts of the world, that future is already here.

Kunlé Adeyemi on lessons from Lagos

Climate change and the threat of rising sea levels may have us thinking about the future, but for many parts of the world, that future is already here.

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