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Adam West
Partner

BSc(Hons) | DipArch | RIBA

Adam is committed to providing high calibre architecture, achieving the ambitions of the client within the complexities of a given site. He designed and led the delivery of ‘Aurelia’ Rathbone Market; Studio 144, the £17 million mixed use Arts Complex in Southampton’s cultural quarter; and secured planning consent for a residential-led town centre development in Ashford, Surrey. Adam was responsible for early iterations of the Arsenal Football Club developments VizioN7, Queensland Terrace, QN7 and Drayton Park; together totalling over 1,600 residential units and 34,000m² of mixed-use commercial accommodation, and went on to deliver VizioN7. He is currently overseeing the design and delivery of Oaklands, the first major development to be approved by the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation at Old Oak Common.

Adam is particularly interested in the design response to setting and how the intensification of suburban London and its satellite towns demands a different approach to streetscape and density, and the importance of landscape. Adam studied architecture at Bath University and the University of Westminster.

Adam West
Partner

BSc(Hons) | DipArch | RIBA

 

Adam is committed to providing high calibre architecture, achieving the ambitions of the client within the complexities of a given site. He designed and led the delivery of ‘Aurelia’ Rathbone Market; Studio 144, the £17 million mixed use Arts Complex in Southampton’s cultural quarter; and secured planning consent for a residential-led town centre development in Ashford, Surrey. Adam was responsible for early iterations of the Arsenal Football Club developments VizioN7, Queensland Terrace, QN7 and Drayton Park; together totalling over 1,600 residential units and 34,000m² of mixed-use commercial accommodation, and went on to deliver VizioN7. He is currently overseeing the design and delivery of Oaklands, the first major development to be approved by the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation at Old Oak Common.

Adam is particularly interested in the design response to setting and how the intensification of suburban London and its satellite towns demands a different approach to streetscape and density, and the importance of landscape. Adam studied architecture at Bath University and the University of Westminster.

 

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