A brutal refuge?
In the course of the nearly thirty years of his practice, Sir David Adjaye’s projects have been realized on five continents. Here he reflects on what kinds of homes we build, and how we live in them.
They include cultural and historical landmarks—such as the National Museum of African American History and Culture, in Washington, D.C., and the planned Holocaust Memorial, in London—and sites that show the possibilities of civic engagement, such as the Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO and the new building for the Studio Museum in Harlem.
His practice, based in New York, London, and Accra, is like a body, he says, “implanting itself globally across many geographies.”
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