Ruby City, the new 14,000-square-foot art center, derives its name from the iris-burning hue of its crimson cladding, which includes recycled red glass, pigment, mica, volcanic rock, and other admixtures.
While it offers some engaging installations and artifacts, David Adjaye: Making Memory struggles to broaden its scope beyond Adjaye's work and interrogate memorialization in today's culture.
For 130 William Street, located in New York's Financial District, Adjaye drew from the neighborhood's historic fabric, while looking to the future of high rise living.
The elegant competition-winning Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre, to be built alongside the Houses of Parliament in London, will be a “living place.”
Called SPYSCAPE, the espionage-themed museum will open this December in Manhattan.
Architect David Adjaye discussed his plans for the new 82,000-square-foot Studio Museum building that will rise on Harlem's 125th Street.
Architect David Adjaye and his composer brother Peter Adjaye have released an album of "sound architecture."
David Adjaye tells us why The National Museum of African American History and Culture, opening in September, challenged him like never before.