The School of Nigerian Batik and Adire Textile Design by Demas Nwoko. This place, it's like a beautifully composed song, each note played to perfection. Its architecture has an organic flow, it's rhythmic and pulsates with life. You see, that's Demas Nwoko's genius, his symphony to Mother Earth. The structure's got these interlocking forms, each representing the unity of diverse Nigerian textile arts. They're dancing together, creating a melody of colors and patterns. Inside, it's where the real show begins, the studios, the weaving rooms, echoing the symphony of the building's exterior. But it's not just what meets the eye, it's the aura, the rhythm. The way this design interacts with light, with shadows, it's a spectacle. That's the School of Nigerian Batik and Adire Textile Design, not just a structure, but a living, breathing canvas under the African sun. Now, that's just beautiful.