Barbican Centre Renewal Contest Shortlist Announced via Architects' Journal
The City of London Corporation has shortlisted five collaborative teams – featuring a total of 15 practices – for a major £50-150 million revamp of London’s Grade II-listed Barbican Centre.
David Adjaye’s Winter Park Library & Events Center debuts in Florida via The Architect's Newspaper
A little more than four years after its conceptual design was first publicly revealed by Sir David Adjaye, the Adjaye Associates-designed Winter Park Library & Events Center is now complete.
Barbados taps David Adjaye for a new heritage district and memorial to Western slavery via The Architect's Newspaper
The new historic-cultural site will be developed at Newton Plantation, located just outside of the small eastern Caribbean island country’s capital and largest city of Bridgetown.
The Studio Museum In Harlem marks milestone in trailblazing construction of its new home via Harlem World Magazine
A ceremony with civic leaders, trustees, artists, friends, patrons, and members of its vibrant community for Creating Space.
Sir David Adjaye announced exhibition designer of ‘Jean-Michel Basquiat: King Pleasure’ via designboom
The show will feature over 200 never-before and rarely seen works, including paintings, drawings, ephemera, and artifacts. The collection will create an intimate portrait of the artist that can only be told by his family.
Liverpool Waterfront Transformation Project via National Museums Liverpool
The Waterfront Transformation Project will link storytelling, heritage, community, connectivity, and commercial income to create a cohesive visitor experience and catalyst for social and environmental improvements in the area.
The Government of Ghana to Sign Historic Agreement with W.E.B. Du Bois Museum Foundation to Build Du Bois Museum Complex via The Guardian
Dr. Du Bois, a civil rights pioneer and one of the world’s leading black intellectuals and thinkers, became a citizen of Ghana and resided in the country until his death in 1963.