David Adjaye

Adjaye Associates

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David Adjaye is the founder and principal architect of Adjaye Associates, an architecture firm with offices in Berlin, London and New York.

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One of LA’s most famous malls, the Beverly Center, is upscaling. Owner William Taubman has brought in The Webster, a luxury fashion boutique that first opened a decade ago in Miami.

David Adjaye designs ‘pink cathedral’ for The Webster

One of LA’s most famous malls, the Beverly Center, is upscaling. Owner William Taubman has brought in The Webster, a luxury fashion boutique that first opened a decade ago in Miami.

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The architect Sir David Adjaye was born in Tanzania to a Ghanaian diplomat. He studied in London and found his first clients in Britain's art world.

David Adjaye on African-American museum and architecture and social housing

The architect Sir David Adjaye was born in Tanzania to a Ghanaian diplomat. He studied in London and found his first clients in Britain's art world.

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