Alternative Housing Models
Adam Haddow is a Sydney-based architect and director at SJB. He is interested in what makes cities vibrant, connected, and civic and has built expertise in urban density, multiresidential design, and the intersection of public and private space.
Adam’s design achievements have been recognized with numerous awards including the Australian Institute of Architects' National and New South Wales 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 that led to successful collaborations within the professional and architectural realms.