"His engagement embracing and critical comes through in the pictures. Stunning." ~The New York Times
"Africa's cities are as absorbing as the bush...African Metropolitan Architecture is an invaluable reference." ~Time Magazine
"Our first pick: African Metropolitan Architecture (Rizzoli), the sublime new book by David Adjaye." ~MediaBistro.com
"...a major work, the result of 10 years of travel to 52 African countries." ~Miami Herald
About the Author
is the principal of Adjaye Associates, London, New York, and Berlin. Considered one of the most important architects of his generation, David Adjaye is lauded for high-profile buildings such as the Nobel Peace Pavilion in Oslo, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver, and the recent competition-winning design for the Smithsonian Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington D.C.