Mel Yates|||||||||Adjaye in his Marylebone digs: not a new start but a natural progression|The reception at Edison House plays on the building’s industrial past|Adjaye has retained the original brick and render of Edison House’s art deco facade|The building’s interior: Manhattan Loft Company have taken up residence|Artists Tim Noble and Sue Webster’s home and studio, Dirty House (2002)|Sunken House in north London (2007), a prefab building made from timber|Rivington Place (2007), a new public arts venue for east London|Skolkovo, the Moscow School of Management, which was completed last year*||
18 Oct 2011

David Adjaye: Metropolitan Man

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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