Robert Adam is a major figure in the development of traditional and classical architecture, a pioneer of contextual urban design, an author and a scholar. He works on a range of projects including major private houses, historic buildings, and public and commercial buildings. He also has extensive experience in masterplanning, speculative housing, and has pioneered objective coding. Robert was named 15th Richard H. Driehaus Prize Laureate in 2017 by the University of Notre Dame. He has written on the theory and practice of traditional architecture and urbanism since 1975. Of particular note are the books Classical Architecture: a complete handbook (1990); The Globalisation of Modern Architecture (2012) and Classic Columns: 40 years of writing on Architecture (2017).
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