Nigerian Institute of Architects
NIA raises the alarm over global warming
The Nigerian Institute of Architects (NIA) has said global warming and climatic factors must be considered before designing buildings to enable their sustainability for a minimum of 50 years.
NIA plans for Lagos urban development
The Nigerian Institute of Architects (NIA), Lagos State chapter has stressed the need for collective responsibility to meet the Lagos urban development challenge.
Architects, developers rethink designs in projects amid coronavirus
A new research released recently revealed that six in ten developers globally, including Nigeria have delayed projects in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, which also has many builders rethinking their future projects.
NIA tasks members on ethics as new exco emerges in Lagos
The Nigerian Institute of Architects (NIA) has called on its members to imbibe professionalism and shun acts capable of bringing the body into disrepute.
Firm plans summit on housing
Housing professionals and other experts in the built industry would gather in Lagos for a summit of suppliers of construction products from around the globe with the aim of reducing the huge gap between demand and supply in the nation’s housing value chain.
Architects warned against endorsing fake building plans
To end quackery in the profession, the outgoing chairman of the Nigerian Institute of Architects (NIA), Edo State chapter, Sonnie Ohenhen has called on practitioners to desist from endorsing building plans for those not trained as architects.
NIA celebrates decades of architectural history
One of the foremost professional groups in the built environment industry, the Nigerian Institute of Architects (NIA) has chronicled its successes towards attaining excellence in creative management of the physical environment. This was unfolded at its annual 4th Distinguished Lecture Tagged: Beyond Simple Line: Presentation of nearly five Decades of Architectural Practices in Nigeria (1970-2018).…
‘We will use local materials to build affordable houses’
The President of Nigerian Institute of Architects (NIA), FESTUS ADIBE NJOKU, said practitioners need identity to actualise the dream of affordable housing. In an interview with BERTRAM NWANNEKANMA, he promised to change the face of the profession and make the institute contribute to the development of the country. The Nigerian Institute of Architects (NIA) has…