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Design’s Rising Stars

40-year-old architect, David Adjaye, makes his United States debut next summer with his Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver. While other architects choose marble, maple or glass, Adjaye opts for cheap poured concrete chipboard, sawn plywood or ashphalt, and anti-graffiti paint.

40-year-old architect, David Adjaye, makes his United States debut next summer with his Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver. While other architects choose marble, maple or glass, Adjaye opts for cheap poured concrete chipboard, sawn plywood or ashphalt, and anti-graffiti paint.

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