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Lagos Design Week 2022: Attendees talks about new designs and experience

By Guardian Exclusive
04 November 2022   |   9:48 am
Design Week Lagos 2022 promotes creativity, innovation, and covers a range of design disciplines, including architecture, product design, interior design, furniture design, graphics design, and technology. Design Week Lagos highlights the importance of all design disciplines and their impact on economic, social, cultural, and environmental development.

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