By Eleanor Doughty
Traditional architecture is no longer afraid to show its perfectly proportioned face. Eleanor Doughty sizes up the neoclassical next generation.
The real pleasure in architecture,” Robbie Kerr muses from the ADAM Architecture offices on Queen Square, in Bloomsbury, central London, “is understanding how the client lives, how their dogs are, how they wash their boots — all the rather mundane bits.”
It’s the kind of brief any homeowner might wish their architect to fulfil, and one the new guard are taking up with aplomb, while also preserving a sense of the past.