The Ghanaian-British Architect David Adjaye designed the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington

Born in Tanzania and raised in Egypt, Yemen, Lebanon, and Great Britain, the distinguished and well respected Ghanaian Architect David Adjaye has once more marked the world of architecture by designing the iconic National Museum of African American History and Culture. This groundbreaking work majestically recaptures 400 years of African Americans’ story and journey. Other sublime works of Mr. Adjaye include the Oslo Nobel Peace Center, Moscow School of Management in Skolkovo and the Proenza Schouler Store in New York.

 

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