ADAM Architecture is a leading practice specialising in Classical and Traditional architecture, and contextual urban design and masterplanning. The practice is run by five directors; Robbie Kerr, Nigel Anderson, Hugh Petter, George Saumarez Smith and Robert Adam.
ADAM Architecture’s portfolio of projects includes new town and country houses; conversions, renovations and extensions to historic and Listed buildings; public, commercial and institutional buildings such as hotel, healthcare and office buildings; housing, masterplanning and new urban design ranging in size from small village extensions to major new developments. We work on projects throughout the UK and overseas.
The offices are in Winchester and central London. There is a staff complement of around 80, with a wide mix of skills and experience – architects, technologists, master planners and urban designers as well as an architectural historian, graphics team and administrative support staff.
The Directors enjoy individual reputations for their active contribution to current architectural and urban design debate. They are trustees of national interest groups and are prominent in professional affairs. They are active members and founders of many national and international architectural and urban design organisations, including the Traditional Architecture Group, the International Network of Traditional Building, Architecture and Urbanism (INTBAU), the RIBA, the Prince’s Foundation for Building Community, the Academy of Urbanism, the Georgian Group, and the Victorian Society. Hugh Petter, Robert Adam, Robbie Kerr and George Saumarez Smith also regularly write articles in professional magazines and journals, and lecture to interest groups and universities on a regular basis.
More information about ADAM Architecture is on our website at www.adamarchitecture.com
ARB, RIBA (Level 1), RIBA (Level 2), RIBA (Level 3), RIAS, RICS, CIAT, Academy of Urbanism, British School at Rome, Chartered Institute of Building Design for Homes, International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture and Urbanism (INTBAU), Prince’s Foundation for Building Community, Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), The Georgian Group, The Lutyens Trust, The Victorian Society, Traditional Architecture Group
Type(s) of work
Private residential, Commercial, Mixed use, Conservation & Heritage, Public buildings, Hotels/Restaurants/Bars, Student accommodation, Healthcare
London, South East England, South England, South West England, East Anglia, East Midlands, West Midlands, Yorkshire & Humberside, North West England, North East England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, worldwide including current projects in India, Dubai, Germany, Nigeria, Russia, Ukraine and Hong Kong