Sir David Frank Adjaye(born September 22, 1966) is a Ghanaian-British architect. He is known for designing many notable buildings around the world, including the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC, and the Skolkovo Moscow School of Management.
The second volume in Thames & Hudson’s monographic series on global architect Sir David Adjaye, winner of the 2021 RIBA Royal Gold Medal.
The first in-depth analysis of the stunning designs of one of the world's most captivating and prominent architects
David Adjaye is one of the worlds most exciting and accomplished architects, and has built many highly acclaimed houses and public buildings in the UK and USA. This title documents Adjaye's tribute to African metropolitan architecture.
Adjaye: Allison, P
Brings together the early works of Sir David Adjaye, one of the most important architects at work in the world today.
A dazzling tour of fifteen contemporary houses designed by David Adjaye, one of the most influential architects of his generation
Adjaye: Architecture & Urbanism
Adjaye: Pendleton, A
The African continent contains some of the world's most vibrant culture and creativity, and yet its buildings - vernacular, colonial or contemporary - have rarely engaged the interest of Western architects. This seven-volume work is suitable for all those interested in the burgeoning continent.