Adjaye’s new building at Rivington Place is an answer to his critics

The building has two public facades.

With an OBE and a place on last year’s Stirling shortlist David Adjaye has a level of fame that could be seen as disproportionate to his achievements. But his latest building, a base for two cultural organisations in east London, should help redress this imbalance.

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