Cultural Architecture: David Adjaye

In an Australian exclusive, hear internationally renowned architect Sir David Adjaye OBE give a lecture on his practice, the process of how he works and his innovative approaches to architecture in the cultural landscape.

Art Talk previously on at Powerhouse Museum in New South Wales, Australia.
From Wednesday 15 February 2017 to Wednesday 15 February 2017

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Published by anonymous on Thursday 19 January 2017.
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Architecture is increasingly recognised as a change agent on a societal scale, transforming public spaces, the very cities we live in and our collective cultural lives. As founder and principal architect of Adjaye Associates, David is the designer of many highly celebrated cultural spaces including the Nobel Peace Centre in Oslo, the Whitechapel Idea Store London, and Smithsonian Institute, the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington. He is not only a leading architect but also frequently collaborates with contemporary artists on art and installation projects, has had his own solo exhibitions, is collected by major institutions and has a long history of teaching and publishing.