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Biography

Solomon ADEWUMI is a PhD candidate in University of Dundee, UK. His background is in Architecture where he had both Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) and Master of Technology (M.Tech) degrees in the Federal University of Technology Akure, Nigeria. His research interest in the neighbourhood scale of spatial development stems back to his undergraduate degree dissertation where he examined behavioural response of man to space with a special consideration on the ambient and spatial environments. This interdisciplinary research investigated how the built environment influences the behaviour of man. Although his Masters’ thesis dissertation focused on sustainable design at the building scale, it enabled him to have a better understanding of sustainability discourse which he is presently exploring in the context of his PhD research at the neighbourhood scale. His other research interests include place making, urban design, collaborative planning, and sustainability assessment.

Education/Academic qualification

Master of Architecture, Federal University of Technology, Akure

Award Date: 12 Nov 2012

Bachelor of Architecture, Federal University of Technology, Akure

Award Date: 15 Oct 2010

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    Conceptualizing Sustainable Neighbourhoods through Collaborative Placemaking

    Adewumi, A. S., Al Waer, H. & Onyango, V., 2018, Conference Proceedings of World Sustainable Built Environment Conference 2017 Hong Kong. p. 2555-2560 6 p.

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  • Passive Cooling Consideration in the Effective Planning and Design of Public Buildings in Nigeria

    Adewumi, A. S., Fadamiro, J., Al Waer, H., Onyango, V. & Moyo, D., 2017, Proceedings of the 33rd PLEA International Conference: Design to Thrive. Brotas, L., Roaf, S. & Nicol, F. (eds.). NCEUB, Vol. 3. p. 3842-3849 8 p.

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