Robbie Kerr appointed as new Director

ADAM Architecture appoints first new director in 12 years

5th May 2016

ADAM Architecture has appointed Robbie Kerr (pictured below), 29, as a Director. It is the first Director appointment since that of George Saumarez Smith in 2004, who was 31. Robbie has been at the firm since 2010 and became an Associate in 2014.

Robbie trained at Edinburgh University and Oxford Brookes before qualifying from University College London with distinction in 2013. He joins design directors Robert Adam, Nigel Anderson, Hugh Petter and George Saumarez smith, and technical director Paul Hanvey.

Commenting on the appointment, Director Hugh Petter said, “Robbie is a very talented young architect. We are very pleased that he has joined our board of directors, this is part of our long term succession plan to ensure the future stability of the practice. We believe strongly in developing new talent from within the practice and Robbie is a great example of this.”




Robbie Kerr commented, “I am delighted to join the senior management team at ADAM Architecture as Director. I am looking forward to working with the Directors, who are all experts in the field of traditional architecture, and developing my client-base and design ethos.”

Other senior promotions

Other senior promotions have also been made to strengthen the overall management at the practice: Jonathan Fox and Wayne Reakes have been promoted to Associate Directors; Ian Lawrence has been promoted to Senior Associate; Ian Aburrow, Fredrik Carlsson and Alex Montague-Smith have been promoted to Associates. The practice has a team of over 75 staff across offices in Winchester and London, consisting of highly skilled and experienced architects, technologists, urban designers, project managers and administrative support staff.