Smithsonian architect and Aboriginal artist design new Sydney plaza

Meeting at an exhibition opening led architect David Adjaye to contact artist Daniel Boyd to collaborate on a new signature project for Sydney.

Internationally renowned architect Sir David Adjaye and award-winning Sydney-based contemporary Aboriginal artist Daniel Boyd, have been chosen to design a new public square, plaza building and artwork near Circular Quay in Sydney.

Based in Accra, London and New York, Adjaye Associates designed the $540 million Smithsonian Institute National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington DC.

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