Alice Asafu-Adjaye

Alice Asafu-Adjaye

Principal Architect, Mustard



Alice founded Mustard, a dynamic boutique studio in Accra, Ghana, in 2015.
Mustard has undertaken projects such as the rehabilitation of the historic
National Museum of Ghana, and residential developments for prolific
developers such as Devtraco Plus and Equilibrium.

Alice trained at Nottingham University and at the Bartlett, University College, London, before practicing architecture for nearly two decades in the
United Kingdom with Foster + Partners and Adjaye Associates. Alice maintains a role as Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Council member representing Middle East and Africa. She also retains a seat on the
RIBA International Committee.