Robbie Kerr is an architect and a Director at ADAM Architecture. Robbie Kerr trained at Edinburgh University and Oxford Brookes before qualifying with Distinction from University College London in 2013. He has experience of leading projects for major private residences, public buildings as well as conservation and restoration projects. Robbie has worked as part of a larger team on similar projects and masterplans. He is currently developing plans for new work in Cuba, in the context of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Old Havana. Robbie worked with ADAM Architecture through his university training before joining fulltime in 2010, becoming an Associate in 2014 and a Director in 2016. Robbie won the ADAM Architecture Travel Scholarship to study in Cuba in 2008 and has since spoken on the subject of his trip on a number of occasions.
Robbie is also a member of Academy of Urbanism, Young Urbanist ; a member of Traditional Architectural Group (TAG), a linked society of the RIBA, and co-Chair of the Young Georgian Group.
As well as his architectural work, Robbie is a keen woodturner. His work is strongly influenced by the individuality and character of each piece of wood and he sells his work in the UK, Europe and South East Asia. Attention to detail and materiality continues to drive his designs and daily work at ADAM Architecture.
Robbie Kerr MA(Hons) DipArch RIBA
Tel: 01962 843843