The A.D.D building is a historic campus, creating harmony between the living environment, the built environment, and technology. It is designed with strong architecture, and dramatic landscaping on the evergreen gardens. With over 1300 students and 70 staff, this is home to most of Kenya’s Architecture and design graduates. The ADD building also houses the Centre for Urban Research and Innovations, and the biannual Africa Habitat Review Journal. University of Nairobi students and visitors access technical design studios, vast floorspace and cultural events under the ADD roof.