Celebrated architect David Adjaye’s first California project will be in LA
Adjaye’s addition—said to be pink and concrete—could draw attention to the indoor mall
David Adjaye’s first NYC tower tops out in the Financial District
130 William Street reached a construction milestone on Wednesday
At hip-hop architecture camp, D.C. youth make music video on gentrification, diversity in field
‘I grew up in a place being gentrified / Raised in Chocolate City / Rehabilitized’
First full-service hotel east of Anacostia River could be built on the St. Elizabeths East Campus
A "town square" development by Redbrick LMD would include a hotel, housing, offices, retail, and a plaza
David Adjaye’s Financial District tower shows off its hand-cast concrete facade
The 244-unit condo building is now about halfway to the top.
David Adjaye’s concrete NYC skyscraper will have apartments starting at $650K
The British starchitect’s first New York skyscraper looks to the past for inspiration
David Adjaye’s Financial District condo is beginning to rise
The building will eventually stand 775 feet tall and bring 244 apartments to the neighborhood.
David Adjaye-designed African American history museum wins ‘design of the year’
The museum is only the second building to win the designation in the award’s 10-year history.
Peek inside David Adjaye's Lost House, a striking jewel box
Located in the heart of King’s Cross, the unassuming home is located in what was essentially an alley.
Sneak a peek at David Adjaye's new luxury tower in Johannesburg
The Hallmark House in Johannesburg transforms a postmodernist industrial building from the 1970s into a sleek mixed-use facility.
Long-planned Financial District tower might be designed by David Adjaye
Materials seeking foreign investors indicate the Studio Museum architect will be designing the downtown tower.
Time 100 includes David Adjaye, list’s sole architect
The 50-year-old architect and founder of Adjaye Associates was nominated in the Icons category alongside U.S. Rep. John Lewis, actress Viola Davis, writer Margaret Atwood, and Guatemalan judge Thelma Aldana.
Design hits the roof at The Contemporary—Jones Center
A documentary on architect David Adjaye is first up in the downtown museum’s Rooftop Architecture and Design Film Series.
David Adjaye to receive knighthood from the Queen of England
Adjaye, who will be awarded the Knights Bachelor award as part of 2017 New Year's Honours list at an investiture later this year, was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire for services to British architecture in 2007.
David Adjaye’s six best quotes from South by South Lawn 2016
For Washington, D.C.’s first ever South by South Lawn (SXSL) event, award-winning architect David Adjaye spoke at a panel at the Newseum with artist James Turrell, with moderation by Los Angeles County Museum of Art Director Michael Govan.
African American Museum architect David Adjaye to speak at D.C.’s first South by South Lawn event
The first "South by South Lawn" event will kick off on October 3 with interactive exhibits, screenings, and events that will feature Leonardo DiCaprio, cast members of the Netflix series Stranger Things, and most importantly David Adjaye.
New David Adjaye profile reveals details of architect's work and life
With his National Museum of African American History and Culture design opening in September, David Adjaye is leaning into what will most certainly be his best ever year.
Architect David Adjaye to fuse design and music with new record
David Adjaye, starchitect on the rise, can now add record producer to his list of accomplishments. The Tanzanian-born British architect has teamed up with his musician brother to release a vinyl record that brings together, well, architecture and music.
David Adjaye Creates Rugged Retail Space With Corrugated Concrete Walls
The boutique features deeply corrugated concrete walls notched with a mix of rectangular and asymmetrical insets for displaying bags, wallets, and other products.
David Adjaye is having a moment: Will it redefine architecture?
Our critic, Alexandra Lange, examines the British architect's recent body of work