David Adjaye, OBE

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David Adjaye is a key player on the international architecture scene. With the Nobel Peace Centre in Oslo and the Denver Contemporary Art Museum under his belt, Tanzanian-born Adjaye is one of our brightest architectural talents. In the same year that he graduated, he won the RIBA Bronze Medal. He has dined with the Obamas, not least because he has designed the National Museum for African American History and Culture on the National Mall in Washington DC, which is currently in the process of being built. With his artistic sensibility and skill, Adjaye is undoubtedly one of the leading architects of his generation.

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