We build for the future but can only do so with knowledge of the present. This is a permanent handicap in architecture. And nowhere does it matter more than housing; the most numerous, intimate and quotidian of building types.
LIVING IN THE FUTURE
- RIBA Journal, 12 November 2015
As society changes, so must the places where we live, says Robert Adam
TOMORROW'S HOME: PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE RESIDENT
- Architect's Journal, 31 October 2014
Changing dynamics of population, lifestyle and work present new opportunities for architects, says Robert Adam