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July 17, 2007

Don’t Call David Adjaye a Starchitect

Lauded and pilloried (well, by one client), the U.K. sensation heads to our shores.

Adjaye.jpgNY Magazine
By Alexandra Lange

After declaring that, "Architects are good at building. They are not good at politics," architect David Adjaye ducks the question about Atlantic Yards:

Have you been following the Atlantic Yards news, since your first New York project, for artists James Casebere and Lorna Simpson, was in Fort Greene?

There are a lot of emotional discussions about new development everywhere. As an architect, I have to be an optimist.


Posted by lumi at July 17, 2007 9:20 AM