Babatunde Ibrahim - People
Babatunde is a Part 2 graduate from the school of Architecture, landscape and planning at Newcastle University. He has been involved in a number of creative projects ranging from residential, healthcare, and mixed-use buildings to animation and game environment design.
He worked in Nairobi, North Yorkshire and freelanced as an architectural designer in Newcastle, Babatunde is very keen on the possibilities of creative sustainable architecture. He wrote a dissertation on the role Sustainable Hemp-Crete architecture could play in solving the housing crisis in his native Nigeria.
When not scrolling through social media and philosophical deliberations, he enjoys watching football, designing video games and compose music.
Babatunde speaks fluent English, Nigeria's Yoruba and Pigeon-English.