'Bow Riverside is so unlikely - who would have thought you could make a route under a bridge in the dark' Judging panel Architect of the year award 2012

 

 

Adams & Sutherland are interested in the full experience of the built environment, the buildings we use everyday and the spaces that are often forgotten around and between them. In addition to building projects we make strategic studies in urban and landscape contexts and are adept at steering complex projects from beginning to completion.

 

We have won wide recognition for our tenacious and committed approach to complex projects. Significant time is invested in making careful observation and analysis of the existing and historical situation around a project, including its physical and social context. We recognise that although the result may be simple the demands may be complex, varied and conflicting and our emphasis is always on the project itself rather than a preconceived stylistic approach.

 

We aim to deliver the best and most eloquent response, in such a way that the change makes a real difference to the lives of those who use the space, whether it is a piece of pavement or a public building.

 

JOB VACANCY

 

We are currently seeking new staff at all levels:

In particular we need a fully qualified architect to provide cover for maternity leave from June 2015, with the potential to become a permanent member of staff. The existing post is a minimum of 3 days per week, and could either continue part-time or become a full-time position.

Adams & Sutherland work primarily with the public sector and community organisations and have a busy and diverse workload. We pay our staff fairly and prioritise supportive, flexible and friendly working conditions. 

 

Recent recognition for Adams & Sutherland:

 

Architect of the Year 2012 Public Realm Architect Winner New London Architecture Award 2012 Winner
(part of the Olympic Fringes team) New London Architecture Award 2012 Commendation
(Bow Riverside) RIBA Regional Award 2012

Elizabeth Adams is a member of the RIBA conservation architects Register

 

 

 

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