AYODELE ARIGBABU is a writer, architect and creative technologist with over 15 years’ experience delivering projects that cut across architecture, design, film, digital media, publishing, event production and curation; and the development of digital and interactive arts and applications. 

He is the publisher and editor of LAGOS_2060, an anthology of science fiction from Africa, published in 2013 and was curator of African Futures: Lagos, a festival on diverse future perspectives of the African continent, produced by Goethe Institut in three African Cities in 2015, with a concluding conference in Berlin in 2016. 

He the founding director of Design And Dream Arts (DADA) Enterprises, and Design & Applied Digital Arts Studios, the creative vehicles through which his practice in design and the arts find convergence in digital space. 

He studied architecture at the University of Lagos, where he graduated with a Masters degree in Environmental Design in 2003, earned an MSc in Creative Technology from Middlesex University, London in 2016, and has been a registered member of the Nigerian Institute of Architects and Architects Registration Council of Nigeria since 2009.

His multidisciplinary experience is geared towards providing nuanced solutions to some of the complex problems human society would continue to face as the technologies that support us continue to evolve in response to our needs.

His current research interests include the use open source frame works and platforms for computation in architecture and the AEC industry and in digital fabrication, and emerging trends in Social VR and other immersive technologies for diverse uses, from remote work to remote learning, architectural archaeology and digital archives.