Lecture date: 2002-03-05
Adjaye/Associates has been involved in a run of small-scale but high profile projects since 2000. The practice first caught public attention with the controversial Elektra House in London - an ingenious conversion that created a combined studio/house space out of a disused shoe factory on a very...
Recorded: November 21, 2013
Adjaye Associates, in its own words, seeks to create “buildings belong to yet diverge from their contexts, absorbing and animating difference rather than homogenizing it.” Sensitivity to materials, color, shape, and light informs the work on all scales. In this excerpt from his November 21,...
Monday, October 1, 2012
David Adjaye, Adjaye Associates
Saidiya Hartman, Columbia University English and Comparative Literature
Mabel Wilson, Columbia University GSAPP
Gwendolyn Wright, Columbia University GSAPP
Interdisciplinary thinkers discuss Negro Building: Black Americans in the World of Fairs and Museums, Mabel Wilson's history of black American's participation in world's fairs, Emancipation exhibitions, and...
Sir David Adjaye will discuss his exceptional career with Lesley Lokko, author and Head of School at the Graduate School of Architecture, University of Johannesburg, at the RIBA.
The lecture begins at 13:50 minutes in.
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
David Adjaye, Adjaye Associates, London
London and Berlin-based architect David Adjaye kicks off the spring 2012 GSAPP lecture series by questioning the meaning of time. When is now, and how does it manifest in his recent work? Projects range from the ephemeral to the institutional ("Genesis,"...
Phil Freelon, LF '90 and David Adjaye, leaders of the internationally renowned team of architects chosen to design the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. discuss their collaboration and the winning design.
David Adjaye is Principal of Adjaye Associates.
Phil Freelon is President of The Freelon...
Lecture date: 2006-02-14
What is 'public' at the beginning of the twenty-first century? What is the nature of public space and the role of public buildings today? Are traditional models still relevant? How does building technology play its part? David Adjaye presents several of his studio's recent building projects to...