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Our Favourites: Three Spatial Landscapes by Adjaye Associates

We have selected three projects by David Adjaye for you that set extraordinary accents: a flagship store for fashion retailer The Webster in Los Angeles, a three-storey live-work space in the tunnels of the Hackney Mole Man in London and the exhibition spaces of the Spyscape Museum in New York, which create immersive interior atmospheres.

Sensual Concrete: Flagship Store by David Adjaye

For Miami fashion retailer The Webster, David Adjaye has designed a spectacularly spatial landscape of pink-tinted concrete. The sculptural expansion project gleams; it can be seen from afar in the urban environment.

Client: The Taubman Company
Architecture: Adjaye Associates
Location: Beverly Center, 8500 Beverly Blvd UNIT 157, Los Angeles, CA 90048 (US)

The Mole Man’s Legacy: Rehabilitation of Mole House in London

Mole House, which stands in London’s Hackney district, takes its name from the ramified system of tunnels dug beneath the structure and garden by former owner William Lyttle. On behalf of artist Sue Webster, David Adjaye and his studio have made the ruins inhabitable again.

Client: Sue Webster
Architecture: Adjaye Associates
Structural engineering: Alcock Lees Partnership
Location: 121 Mortimer Road, London N1 4JY (GB)

Secret World of Espionage: Spyscape by Adjaye Associates

Adjaye Associates design the exhibition spaces at Spyscape - a spy museum that recently opened in New York.

Client: Archimedia
Architecture: Adjaye Associates
Location: New York City (US)

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