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Robert Adam

Robert Adam – Hampshire based architect and designer Robert Adam (born 1948) followed in the steps of his namesake and has become one of the most important figures in neo-classical style.

With such a name, this suave gent just had to design landmarks. University of Westminster educated and Hampshire based Robert Adam (born 1948) followed his more famous namesake (1728 – 1792) and became a designer of “progressive neo-classical style buildings” in 1975. He won “the richest prize in architecture” in January 2017 and counts the Sackler Library at the University of Oxford, a “miniature Baroque mansion” at Eastwood Farm – complete with a lion on the roof – in Herstmonceux, East Sussex and the “KGB proof” Ingliston House on the Wentworth Estate in Surrey amongst his notable works.

 

Robert Adam – Hampshire based architect and designer Robert Adam (born 1948) followed in the steps of his namesake and has become one of the most important figures in neo-classical style.
Eastwood Farm
Robert Adam – Hampshire based architect and designer Robert Adam (born 1948) followed in the steps of his namesake and has become one of the most important figures in neo-classical style.
Ingliston House

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5 comments on “Robert Adam”

  1. Pastiche crap!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Knock them down!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Send in the wrecking ball!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We would NOT tolearate such poor constructs in Oz!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. I’d never heard of him but having looked at his website I must say I think his style mirrors that of his forbearer (I am assuming they are related). Good taste.

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