Adam Smith is pre-development director at Stanhope and is the company’s sustainability champion. He oversaw the delivery of the first phase of Ruskin Square, Stanhope’s development in Croydon with Schroders and more recently has been assisting the Crown Estate with the design and planning of a significant landmark scheme in central London.
Prior to joining Stanhope Adam practised as an architect at Arup Associates where he was involved on a range of commercial, sports and media related projects. He studied at Cambridge, the Royal College of Art and the Architectural Association; and was a visiting technical tutor at the Bartlett School of Architecture whilst in practice.
As a RIBA chartered architect he takes a keen interest in architectural education and development. Representing Stanhope as an LSA founding partner, Adam and his colleagues have provided talks, support to crits and tutorials with colleagues to LSA students over the past few years.