Adam is an Associate Partner at PLP Architecture with ten years of experience across a range of sectors including residential, commercial, educational and healthcare buildings. Adam currently sits on the team responsible for Chiltern Place, a new-build 15-storey residential building incorporating 55 luxury apartments, retail facilities and a new townhouse at Chiltern Place that will replace a 1960s office tower in Marylebone Village, Westminster. The design improves upon the massing of the original 12-storey building to establish an overall balance and proportion that is sympathetic with the character and quality of its setting, while additional floors containing two penthouse apartments help to shape the building’s profile on the skyline.
Prior to joining PLP, Adam worked at Avanti Architects and at Brydon Wood Associates in London. He has significant experience with BIM and in specification writing, and in technical design and detailing in general. Adam studied urban planning at the Avans Hogeschool of Brabant in Tilburg, The Netherlands, where he received a Bachelor in Urban Planning, and architecture at the University of Technology in Poznan, in Poland, where he received his Master of Architecture. He is an ARB registered architect in the UK.