Nigel Anderson

Nigel Anderson

MA(Hons), DIPL ARCH, RIBA

Nigel Anderson is well known for his classical designs for new country houses and commercial housing schemes. His work also includes masterplanning, as well as the restoration and refurbishment of historic houses, with projects across the country. Nigel has over 30 years’ experience and continues to work with private clients as well as commercial developers. He is an active member of the Traditional Architecture Group, helping to promote traditional architecture within the profession. His new house designs have been recognised with a number of architectural awards.

  • Chartered Architect
  • Member of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)
  • Treasurer of the Traditional Architecture Group (TAG), a linked society of the RIBA
  • Member of International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture and Urbanism (INTBAU), International College of Traditional Practitioners
  • Academician, Academy of Urbanism
  • Member of the Georgian Group
  • Member of the Victorian Society
  • Member of Prince’s Foundation for Building Community, Professional Network
  • RICS Residential Award 2015, Highly Commended, Bentley Priory
  • United Kingdom Property Awards 2014, Best Architecture Multiple Residence, London, UK, Bentley Priory
  • Brick Award 2013, Best Craftsmanship, new house in Hampshire
  • City of Winchester Trust 2013, Best Restoration, Old Hyde House – ADAM Architecture’s Winchester office
  • RICS Building Conservation Award 2013, shortlist, Old Hyde House – ADAM Architecture’s Winchester office
  • Salisbury Civic Society New Building Award Commendation 2010, new house in Wiltshire
  • Philippe Rotthier European Architecture Award 2008, Best Neighbourhoods Built In Europe During The Last Twenty- Five Years (Short runner Top 20), Bear Wharf, Reading
  • Homes & Property by The Evening Standard Award 2007, Best New Family Home up to 4 bedrooms, Best New Family Home 5 or more bedrooms & Best New Conversion, Douai Abbey, Berkshire
  • Commendation Waterways Renaissance Awards 2006, Bear Wharf, Reading
  • Daily Telegraph & What House? Magazine Awards 2004, Best Luxury House, new Arts & Crafts house, Derbyshire
  • Award for Good Architecture 1997, Social Housing Development, Meonstoke, Hampshire
  • Competition Winner, Masterplan for Trowse, near Norwich, 1996
  • Competition Winner, Rocester Town Centre, near Uttoxeter, 1995
  • Competition winner, Crown Estates, Pembroke Gate Lodge, Richmond Park, 1993
  • The Country House Ideal: Recent work by ADAM Architecture, Merrell, 2015
  • The Art of Classical Details II – An Ideal Collaboration, Images Publishing, 2015




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