Adam Khan established Adam Khan Architects in 2006 and has developed a research-based approach to the delivery of complex built projects. Founded on a combination of gritty realism and a visionary approach to architecture, the practice has developed a culture which encompasses and synthesises diverse critical aspects of architecture - sustainability, social inclusion, craft, and urban vitality.
Adam takes on many public roles - as architect, lecturer, critic and design advisor.
He is currently a Mayor of London Design Advocate and Unit Leader for MArch Unit 8 at Kingston University London.
Porto Academy is the result of an enormous passion for architecture as a discipline. We admire the figures that dream about it, who build, study and promote it. We believe that practice - as an exercise of the architect’s profession - is central to the future of the discipline, and therefore one of the reasons why we’ve founded Porto Academy. For a week period, one lives the passion for the discipline of architecture and enjoys intellectual freedom.