Robert Adam

Robert Adam is a director of ADAM Architecture, with offices in Winchester and London, UK. Robert is well-known in the UK and internationally as a major figure in the development of traditional and classical architecture, and has advanced the acceptance of traditional design in the British architectural profession. He is also known as a pioneer of contextual urban design, a designer of furniture, an author and a scholar. He founded the International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture & Urbanism (INTBAU) in 2000, is visiting professor of Urban Design at the University of Strathclyde, and is an active member in many architecture organisations. In addition, he was just awarded the 2017 Driehaus Prize, awarded by the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture.