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David Ogunmuyiwa

David Ogunmuyiwa

Founder and Mayor’s Design Advocate, ArchitectureDoingPlace

David Ogunmuyiwa is founder of ArchitectureDoingPlace, specialising in housing,
placemaking and arts projects.
Of the 39,000 architects registered in the UK, David is unique in having first
worked as a housing officer for Registered Social Landlords, including Local
Authorities such as Lambeth, Southwark & Tower Hamlets; and Housing
Associations such as Circle 33, before retraining.
He went on to help deliver imaginative and highly decorated regeneration schemes
including the multi award-winning Angell Town Estate regeneration, Brixton. He is
an expert on the delivery of infill regeneration, in deprived environments with
diverse stakeholders.
He holds a number of strategic advisory roles, including as a Mayor’s Design
Advocate contributing to Sadiq Khan’s, ‘Good Growth by Design’ programme on
a range of issues, including procurement practice, Housing Design Standards, and
diversifying architecture, as an Expert Advisory Group member for Historic
England, focusing on new interventions in historic contexts; and, as a Curatorial
Panel member for the London Festival of Architecture.
He has practiced architecture in the UK and the Middle East and combines practice
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Sessions
VISITORS

THOUSANDS

Over 2 days

EXHIBITORS

250+

Across 2 floors at Olympia London

SPEAKERS

300+

Across 8 Summits

CONFERENCE FLOORS

8

Free to attend