Adam Creswell

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Adam Creswell

Architectural Assistant
BA (Hons)

Adam completed his MArch at The Birmingham School of Architecture. Since joining JTP, he has been involved with a wide range of residential and mixed-use projects, such as Old Isleworth, a regeneration scheme located in a Riverside Conservation Area.

He strongly believes that JTP's ethos of understanding, engaging and creating establishes strong foundations for design that not only produces interesting architecture, but places that are socially, economically and environmentally sustainable. Adam has been involved in engaging with local communities in order to better understand a project’s context, and subsequently develop collaborative proposals.

Adam’s thesis, ‘Mews as a City Structure’, interrogated models for occupying vacant urban sites to deliver high density housing in response to demand, while also creating robust architecture that responds to the site, its boundaries and edges with a particular character and ambition, based on successful European and Victorian principles.

Adam continues to take keen interest in European cities and their history, architecture and cultures.