David Adjaye’s first permanent public artwork among commissions for Counterpublic 2023 in St. Louis via The Architect's Newspaper
Set to be installed outside of the Griot Museum of Black History, a northern anchor site for the sprawling exhibition, the Adjaye commission is the first-ever permanent public artwork by the celebrated Ghanaian-British architect.
Bedrock adds architect David Adjaye to its Tower City, Cleveland riverfront team via Crain's
Sir David Adjaye, a Ghanaian-British architect with a global practice, has joined a group of consultants working on a multi-phase plan to revive the ailing downtown mall and create a mixed-use district on the east bank of the Cuyahoga River.
Sweeping Basquiat Show Curated by His Sisters Offers Intimate Look at the Artist via The New York Times
The show, “Jean-Michel Basquiat: King Pleasure,” features more than 200 artworks and artifacts from the artist’s estate — 177 of which have never been exhibited before — in a 15,000-square-foot space designed by the architect David Adjaye.
David Adjaye Is Changing the Historical Record, One Building at a Time via TIME
His major innovation has been reorienting the world’s attention and shining a light on cultures from every corner of the globe.
Alison Brooks and David Adjaye win Toronto waterfront job via Architects' Journal
Plans for the L-shaped site will feature five towers, providing more than 800 affordable homes alongside market homes, as well as a ‘landmark cultural destination’, which will be used for performing arts, education activities and indigenous cultural celebrations.
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.
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.