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  1. Robert Adam ( 3 de julio de 1728 - 3 de marzo de 1792) fue un arquitecto británico, diseñador de interiores y también de muebles. Era hijo de William Adam (1689-1748), el arquitecto más importante de la época de Escocia, y aprendió el oficio con él.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Robert_AdamRobert Adam - Wikipedia

    Adam held the post of Architect of the King's Works from 1761 to 1769. Robert Adam was a leader of the first phase of the classical revival in England and Scotland from around 1760 until his death. He influenced the development of Western architecture, both in Europe and in North America. Adam designed interiors and fittings as well as houses.

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    Robert Adam FRIAS FRSA is a Driehaus Architecture Prize winning British architect, urban designer and author, known for championing classical and traditional styles. Adam is a visiting professor at the University of Strathclyde and Design Council Expert. His career was the subject of Richard John’s Robert Adam and The Search for a Modern Classicism...

    Adam attended the University of Westminster and won the 1973 British School at Rome Prize in Architecture. In 2021, he was awarded Degree of Doctor of Philosophy by Oxford Brookes University. Adam practiced as an architect, working part-time as a freelance architectural journalist until 1977, when he became partner at a firm in Winchester. In 1992,...

    He was appointed master-planner of Edinburgh Forthside and designed streetscapes of low-rise buildings in Leith and Granton. Adam prescribed strict design codes on the area’s developers so that both modern and traditional architects could build alongside one another ...

    Adam designed Oxford University’s Sackler Library, which opened in 2001 and incorporated Oxford’s Ashmolean Museum collections. The principal building is a circular library, with a smaller circular entrance onto the street, and attached wings arranged around internal ...

    Ashley Park, Hampshire, a new country house, completed in 2004, was the first new building to gain permission under 1997 English planning regulations that allowed major new houses in the countryside. It was described by the government inspector that granted the permission as ...

    Table: Pembroke - A permanent exhibit in the Victoria and Albert Museum, collected as an example of 1980s revivalism. Tower of the Orders - A drawing by Adam, displayed at RIBA, intended to represent the "continuity of classicism with the antique architectural orders".

    • 1948 (age 73–74)
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  3. nl.wikipedia.org › wiki › Robert_AdamRobert Adam - Wikipedia

    Robert Adam ( Kirkcaldy, 3 juli 1728 - Londen, 3 maart 1792) was een van de belangrijkste architecten van de 18de eeuw en de naamgever van de Adamstyle. Ook zijn broers John, William en James Adam waren architecten. Gezamenlijk vormden de gebroeders de grootste Schotse bouwfirma van die tijd.

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    Robert Adam, nato il 3 luglio 1728 nella Gladney House di Kirkcaldy, trascorse gran parte della sua fanciullezza a Edimburgo. Bambino dalla «costituzione fragile», come ci tramandano le fonti, iniziò gli studi alla Royal High School di Edimburgo, dove acquisì i rudimenti del latino e lesse le opere di Virgilio, Orazio, Tito Livio, Sallustio e Cicer...

    Nel frattempo Robert Adam decise di intraprendere insieme al fratello John il grand tour, quel lungo viaggio per le maggiori città europee d'interesse artistico e culturale allora considerato quasi d'obbligo per gli aspiranti architetti. Dopo un'affrettata sosta a Londra (dove visitarono Mansion House, St Stephen Walbrook, la cattedrale di San Paol...

    Tornato in patria nel 1758 Robert Adam fu eletto deputato e - insieme a sir William Chambers - ricevette la nomina di l'architetto ufficiale di re Giorgio III. Dal 1761 iniziò insieme con il fratello James un periodo di incessante operosità durante il quale progettò e ampliò una vasta serie di dimore nobili di campagna: tra gli esemplari più celebr...

  5. Naceu en Kirkcaldy, Fifeshire en 1728 e morreu en Londres en 1792. Foi o segundo fillo de catro (todos arquitectos) de William Adam, canteiro e arquitecto, estudou na Universidade de Edimburgo, aínda que non se graduou. En 1746 xunto co seu irmán maior, John Adam, entrou como axudante do seu pai.