David Adjaye - "Breaking Ground"

David Adjaye, the British architect chosen to design the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington DC, is one of the most recognized architectural talents from Great Britain. This year he topped the PowerList 2013, naming him the most influential figure in Black Culture in Great Britain, before Olympic star Mo Farah and actor Idris Elba. In this video, created by Crane.tv, Adjaye relfects on its significance and how the results explores wider themes of the inheritance of history and culture in the arts.

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