Architecture surrounds us. From where we are born to where we live, where we work, study or relax to where we enjoy ourselves and form new relationships.
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’
Please note this is a private house, only viewable from the outside
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 ArchitectureDoingPlace