Adam Haddow has been a director at well-known architecture firm SJB since 2002. Adam is a Churchill Fellow who is known for his study of alternatives to conventional models of urban design. 

As NSW Chapter President of the Australian Institute of Architects, Adam leads the Institute in its mission to promote excellence in architecture and advocates for the role of architects in shaping the built environment. 

He is also the National President Elect of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects.

He talks exclusively with Talking Architecture & Design on a range of subjects including his view on the future of the arch/design profession. 

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