David Adjaye, Tokyo, 2010.
Softcover, dj., 303 pp., b/w illustrations, 6 x 8.5 x 0.75 inches.
*Condition: New, has a small tear to the belly band on back side.
A graduate of London's Royal College of Art, David Adjaye formed Adjaye Associates in 2000, with a multicultural design team dedicated to an international perspective. Adjaye's early residential designs critiqued the Victorian streets around them, and also focused on the society-building aspects of city life public buildings, commemorative spaces and urban gathering places for children. More recently Adjaye has conducted important research into African architecture, and collaborated with Chris Ofili on installations that unite Ofili's paintings with Adjaye's explorations of light and space. Output showcases some 25 designs and includes revealing interviews with Adjaye and Aureliusz Kowalczyk.