Director of ADAM Architecture
George Saumarez Smith is one of the leading classical architects of his generation.
Educated at Winchester College and Edinburgh University, George graduated with a First Class Degree and a Diploma with Distinction in Architecture. He qualified as an architect in 1998, and has been a Director of ADAM Architecture since 2003.
George’s work has ranged in scale from new country houses and garden buildings to large housing schemes. Much of his inspiration comes from an appreciation and study of historic buildings, combined with a high level of classical literacy. George’s work is also characterised by an attention to fine detail in craftsmanship and construction.
George is a chartered Architect and an active member of several organisations including the RIBA; elected Brother of the Art Worker’s Guild; Chairman of the Trustees of the Art Worker’s Guild; member of the Georgian Group and Traditional Architecture Group (TAG), a linked society of the RIBA. In 2011 George was the first classical architect to be shortlisted for the Young Architect of the Year award.
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