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New name for traditionalist Robert Adam

Classical practice Robert Adam Architects has become the latest outfit to re-brand and will now be known as ADAM Architecture

The move follows a spate of practice changes with Hamiltons becoming BFLS, Alsop Architects mutating into Alsop Sparch and the name FLACQ disappearing altogether follow its absorption into Arup.

A spokesman for ADAM Architecture said: ‘This change recognises the individual design profiles of the five equal shareholding directors: Robert Adam, Nigel Anderson, Paul Hanvey, Hugh Petter and George Saumarez Smith.

‘ADAM Architecture enjoys a strong reputation for town and country houses; housing developments; urban masterplans and commercial and public buildings throughout the UK and overseas.’

 

 

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