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Our Featured Projects

The Aux! Architecture team takes pride in their extensive portfolio of projects that showcase our expertise and range over the years. Explore a selection of our projects below.

Symphony Courts

This 5-unit four-bedroom development boasts a timeless, distinct Architectural style from the other buildings in the Estate,


Symphony Courts stand apart with its minimalistic, rectilinear facade and signature double volume alcove.

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Shopping Mall, V.I

Design development for an ultra-modern shopping Mall in the heart of Victoria Island with 4,500m2 of lettable space, a Food Court, a central Atrium that opens up to a roof skylight, a Rooftop restaurant and Garden sit-out.

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American Corner, Ikeja

Design of the rejuvenation and expansion of American Corner, Ikeja, a 1000m2 regional resource center for information and programs highlighting American culture, history, current events, and government.

It features collaborative spaces, a 100 capacity theatre, Library, classrooms, rooftop lounges and Food Court.

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FITAC broadcasting Training Center

FITAC Broadcasting Training Centre is a 10,000m2 training complex with admin offices, training classrooms, lecture theatres, multimedia studios, a cafeteria, an outdoor Sports complex, a Garden and a tensile fabric structure

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FCMB Branches facade refresh

Proposed new look and facade refresh for all FCMB branches nationwide resulting in a modern and minimal look with recti-linear forms, open-view
curtain walls and a signature neon framed entrance

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Country Home, Edo State

A sprawling retirement residence surrounded by nature in the rural East featuring airy spaces with floor-to-ceiling windows, a Grand Pool courtyard and a garden / sit-out that can be viewed from every room

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Symphony Manors

A continuation of the unique Symphony brand, Symphony Manors is a 6 unit 5-bedroom Semi-detached development with a backyard garden and pool in the serene and exclusive Royal Garden Estate

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“Architecture is not based on concrete and steel, and the elements of the soil. It's based on wonder.”

Daniel Libeskind

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