I was born about seventy-five years ago. In 1959, I entered the Kumasi College of Technology, now Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) to pursue a four year course in architecture leading to Part I of the Royal Institute of British Architects. I was in the second batch of students to be admitted for this course. We were all Ghanaians but our lecturers comprised mainly British, two from the famous Architectural Association School in London. My favorite subjects were construction, surveying and architectural science. History, freehand sketches and measured drawings excited our imagination.