David Adjaye is perhaps the most successful British architect of his generation. His architecture has a sensuous character that is manifest in the way it relates to setting, materials, colours, light etc. Adjaye works within many fields of architecture and recently designed a pavilion in Cenice for an work of art by Olafur Eliasson.
Boris Brorman Jensen met with Adjaye in his London office.
Download a pdf of the interview in Arkitekten.