Starchitect David Adjaye Walks Us Through His Favorite Living Room

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Starchitect David Adjaye Walks Us Through His Favorite Living Room

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GHANAIAN-British architect David Adjaye crafts buildings that are the Marlon Brandos of the designed world: brooding and weighty, resistant to easy interpretation and a bit mysterious. They tear you away from whatever else you’re looking at, or thinking about, to say, “Follow me, you won’t be sorry.”

Best known in this country for his 2016 National Museum of African American History and Culture, in Washington, D.C.—a stack of geometric forms clad in perforated bronze—he has also turned out private homes here and abroad….

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