David Adjaye

David Adjaye has firmly positioned himself as global thought leader in global architecture. At only 50, he has accomplished many career milestones in field in which notoriety only comes after vast experience. From coveted commissions such as the newly opened museum of African American History and Culture in Washington D.C. to Nobel Peace Center in Oslo Norway, David is blazing the trail with is cutting edge design thinking.  David is also building a pipeline of projects on the Africa continent with new civic, residential, commercial and and other projects. A widely sought after global thinker on design and architectural issues David teaches at universities around the world. His teaching positions include the Kenzo Tange Professor in Architecture at at Harvard Graduate School of Design, the Louis Khan visiting professorship at the University of Pennsylvania and a visiting professorship at Princeton University