Adam Haddow is a Sydney based architect and director at leading multi-disciplinary design studio, SJB. A specialist in the built environment, Adam is interested in what makes cities vibrant, connected and civic with particular expertise in urban density, multi-residential design and the intersection of public and private space.
Adam’s design achievements have been recognised with numerous awards including the AIA National and NSW Chapter Architecture Awards, the Urban Taskforce Awards, and the UDIA NSW Awards for Excellence. He is a Churchill Fellow who investigated alternatives to conventional models of urban design, resulting in a research project entitled ‘Shall We Dense,’ an examination into the state of modern density living in Australia. The project led to successful collaborations within the professional and architectural realms.
As a studio, SJB is acclaimed nationally and internationally for their work in architecture, interiors, planning and urban design. Adam joined SJB in 1994 and has been a director since 2004.
Adam Haddow is a Member of the Champions of Change Architects Group established in 2015 in partnership with the Australian Institute of Architects. The group is committed to working together to proactively address the issue of gender equality, and women’s representation in leadership in Australian architecture practices, and across the profession.