Nice profile (via ANN) in the Financial Times about Brit-bad-boy David Adjaye. Who we saw across a crowded Craig Robins’ house but he was too busy conversationally boning Zaha for us to say hi. Peter Aspden hangs out with an immodest architect:
Modesty does not come easily to Adjaye, but he has the endearing habit of occasionally remembering the need for its diplomatic deployment, with comical results, as when he speaks of the clutch of competition wins he has recently enjoyed: “I have won, sort of, 10, as it were, which is slightly unprecedented.”
Sounds just like our kind of guy.