Adam joined the Edinburgh studio in 2017 and has worked exclusively on the Edinburgh Futures Institute at Quartermile. Through this project he has learned more about the process of treating and adapting a historic building. Adam explored this theme during his masters through a project in which an existing historic city block was incorporated into a new art college complex in Bodø, Norway. He has a keen interest in technology, graphic design and travel. In 2015, Adam won the T. Bowhill Gibson scholarship and travelled to Vancouver to study the urban effects of ‘Vancouverism’. His research was disseminated and presented as part of the annual Edinburgh University architecture society (EUSAS) lecture series at the University of Edinburgh. As graphics coordinator for EUSAS, Adam led its rebrand in 2016, giving the student body a bold new graphic identity.