Adam Creswell
BA(Hons), MArch, PGDipArch, ARB, RIBA

Since joining JTP, Adam has been involved in a wide range of residential and mixed-use projects focusing primarily on estate regeneration and the reuse of brownfield land. Adam was the Project Architect for New Green, located in Rainham, which was delivered through a joint venture between Wates Residential and London Borough of Havering. The project replaces two poor quality 13-storey tower blocks, with an integrated new community formed of mid-rise, high-density buildings, arranged around new open spaces and public realm.

Adam also worked on Albion Waterside in Gravesend, a vibrant new community of up to 1,500 new homes, alongside landscaped open space and valuable new amenities. The project is defined through the green and blue landscape by utilising the site’s existing assets including the River Thames frontage, the Embankment Marina, the historic route of Albion Parade, and the former alignment of the Thames and Medway Canal. The architecture responds to the historical maritime vernacular of the site by providing a diverse collection of buildings that utilise a carefully selected material and detail palette.

Other projects include a mid-rise development adjacent to a sensitive Grade II listed park, replacing vacant light industrial buildings on the site with sensitive borders and boundaries, as well as a suburban build-to-rent housing scheme in Milton Keynes, that deals with density in a more urban style whilst allowing a strong landscape vision to be at the forefront of the development.

Adam strongly believes that JTP’s ethos of understanding, engaging and creating establishes strong foundations for design that not only produces interesting and responsive architecture, but places that are socially, economically and environmentally sustainable. He is currently working on proposals for a scheme located close to Kingston Station, utilising typologies that maximise residential quality placed within the context of extensive new public realm.

Adam is a member of JTP’s Energy Working Group helping to broaden our collective knowledge and disseminate this shared learning throughout the practice. Outside of the office he enjoys visiting buildings and spaces, as well as spending time in the countryside.

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