Robert L Adams has been the principal of the growing practice of Robert L Adams Architects since 1992. During that period they have designed and completed many notable buildings and family homes. Previously he was an associate director in his father’s city practice of Green Lloyd and Adams Architects.
Robert Collingwood is registered and qualified as an architect in both the UK and the Czech Republic where he established a highly successful commercial practice in 1992.
Prior to this he was a partner in the London firm of Jestico & Whiles from 1986. Since his return to London in 1999 he has specialised in high quality private client and conservation work.
Adams and Collingwood can offer a wide range of experience including first hand knowledge of the following types of work:
Education, community and culture: New school buildings for Bute House Preparatory School for Girls, Lycee Francais de Prague, Homefield School, Goodwyn School, The British International School of Prague; School masterplans and alterations for St Paul’s Girls School, The Jews’ Free School, Bryanston School.
Embassies and embassy residences (Riga, Prague, Bratislava) Cultural centres for The British Council in Czech Republic and Slovakia, Lifeboat station, Community centres.
Leisure and recreation: Restaurants, Sports Centres, Health and Fitness Clubs, Swimming Pools, Hotels, Rowing Club. Visitor facilities at Salisbury Cathedral, National Maritime museum, York Railway museum, Imperial War museum, British Museum.
Commercial and Industrial: Offices (new build and refurbishments), warehousing, factories and boat sheds.
Residential New build apartments and private houses. Refurbishment and extensions to private houses ranging from £100,000 to £7,000,000 in construction value.
Conservation:Visitor and catering facilities to numerous grade 1 listed public buildings (V&A Museum, Salisbury Cathedral, Bristol City Museum) Conservation and repair of many grade 2 listed private houses in the UK. Overseas conservation work includes a number of scheduled national heritage buildings in the Old Town and Mala strana quarters of Prague dating from 13th century onwards, including notable early modernist buildings of the 1920s and 30s.