Adam is a chartered architect with over 25 years’ experience. He is co-founder of award-winning practice Landolt + Brown and has led a range of transport-related projects including Hackney Wick Overground, Twickenham Station, Tottenham Hale Interchange, West Hampstead Thameslink Station, and has ongoing projects at London Victoria, London Bridge and London Charing Cross as well as working with Network Rail on new design guidance documents.
He is also leading community-focused projects including a multi-site commission at Peckham Rye Station Square for Southwark Council and is involved in public realm schemes in Lambeth, Thurrock and Brick Lane in London’s East End.
Earlier in his career, Adam directed john McAslan + Partners’ heritage and infrastructure teams, leading projects including Kings Cross Western Concourse, Camden’s Roundhouse and the refurbishment of the De La Warr Pavilion. As a design advisor Adam is a Mayor of London Design Advocate and co-chairs Transport for London’s Property Design Panel. He is a design panel member for HS2 and the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation. For Design Council, Adam has been a Highways England panelist, a keynote speaker at Network Rail’s recent Think Stations! conference series and chaired the Network Rail Design Advice Panel.