BBC Dream Builders Interview
In this programme, recorded in partnership with RIBA, David Adjaye talks to Razia Iqbal
his approach to building, his many journeys and the projects and experiences that have defined him.
WorldEconomic Forum: David Adjaye
on architecture and social inclusion
This is a podcast series, Inside the Creative Mind, featuring in-depth interviews with leading cultural figures,
recorded at the Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos 2014.
In the fourth and final episode, Marc Spiegler of Art Basel interviews award-winning architect David Adjaye,
whose projects include the Nobel Peace Centre in Oslo, the Skolkovo School of Management in Moscow
and the soon-to-open Smithsonian National Museum of African History and Culture in Washington, DC.
"Africa is an extraordinary opportunity at the moment" - David Adjaye
In this video, Vimeo user Dezeen and MINI World Tour speak to architect David Adjaye,
fresh off the stage from his presentation at Design Indaba, about his relationship with Africa
and why he believes the continent provides a great opportunity for architects.
David Adjaye at AZA 2012 - from Design Indaba, 2012
In this video, Design Indaba talks to David Adjaye at the AZA conference in Cape Town.
Adjaye says that architects need to "rethink what architecture does best and how it serves people".
Adjaye also talks about some of his recent work, and highlights of contemporary architecture
help us make meaning of where we are.
Designindaba.com hosts hundreds of videos of speaker presentations and interviews on world design news.
David Adjaye on how architecture can bind people and places together - from Design Indaba 2013
In this video, architect David Adjaye returns to Design Indaba Conference to enlighten audiences on various architectural projects
he has undertaken recently. From documenting African architecture to creating a unique structure in Moscow,
Adjaye believes that
architecture needs to be responsive and acknowledge climate and place. He speaks about how geography, culture and place
intrinsically link in what he believes to be architecture that makes people feel good about who they are and where they are in the world.
Spotlight on Design: David Adjaye Interview - from the National Building Museum
In this video, David Adjaye, principal of London-based Adjaye/Associates, combines material inventiveness with a conceptual
approach to the fundamental elements of architecture. In this interview, Adjaye talks about his work on internationally-recognized
projects including the Dirty House in London, the Nobel Peace Center in Oslo, and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver,
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