Sir David Adjaye is one of the UK’s leading architects who’s well known for his un-comprising visual style and collaborative approach to making buildings.
In this 2-part series, we’ve picked out some of his buildings that were designed and built in the early ‘90’s and noughties that you can ‘go see’ in London. This is a teaser to our full article and introduces a project from Adjaye’s early career, before he started making landmark buildings.
Living: Dirty House, Shoreditch (2002)
Watch the video: ‘David Adjaye- Collaborations: Dirty House featuring Sue Webster’
Nearest Station: Shoreditch – London Overground, DLR
Looking for more houses by Adjaye in London? We recommend checking out ‘Sunken House’ and ‘Elecktra House’
Remember these buildings are all private houses- only viewable from the outside.
David is founder of Architecture Doing Place