blog/adjaye_large.jpgWe've just posted two interviews. In the first, I speak with David Adjaye about what London offers architects today versus when he began his career over a decade ago. According to Adjaye, London's moment of dynamism and transformation has passed and the rising star is moving above the city's confines and into the world beyond with numeous projects across the globe.

The second, which is borrowed from Prospect Magazine, features Ken Livingstone speaking with Simon Parker, Tony Travers and David Goodhard, editor of Prospect. In it, Ken Livingstone describes throwing "developers with their ghastly schemes" out of his office. It's a fascinating conversation between four very knowledgeable figures.

Posted by: Jaffer Kolb on 21/06/07



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