Arthur Adeya is Co-founder of the Kounkuey Design Initiative, a Partner at Lexicon + Ion Planning in Nairobi, Kenya and lecturer at the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology dept of Landscape Architecture. He combines his private practice and teaching with work for KDI with specific emphasis on collaborating with diverse stakeholders residents, design students and professionals, private sector experts and government officials—to enable low-income communities to implement sustainable, quality-of-life enhancing, design interventions. Arthur is currently the local liaison for the KDI Kibera Productive Public Space Projects in, Kenya. He earned a B Arch. from The University of Nairobi and a Masters in Landscape Architecture at Harvard University, Graduate School of Design in 2006 where he was awarded Norman T. Newton Prize for Design Expression in Landscape Architecture and an ASLA Certificate of Honor.

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