Adam Clark

Design Director | BA (Hons) Ind. Design, BA (Hons) Landscape-Architecture, Dip LA, MA Landscape Planning, CMLI

Adam is responsible for the development and management of the London studio, whilst maintaining an overview of design approach across all studios. His approach is closely tied to developing client objectives through the use of hands-on sketch explorations, cross-disciplinary working methods and a synthesis of research and design.

He is also a member of the Design Review Panel for the Urban Renaissance for Southampton City Council.

Prior to studying Landscape Architecture, Adam graduated from Kingston University in 1985 with first class honours in Industrial design. This was followed by assignments with Design House and Conran Associates developing products and engaged in research and development for clients such as Boots the Chemist, Issey Miyake, and the Royal Society of Designers. In 1994 he gained further educational distinctions in landscape architecture and planning, graduating from the University of Greenwich. During his studies he was awarded a National Landscape Institute Design award and has been a visiting lecturer at the Architecture & Landscape school at Greenwich University.

Prior to joining Plincke in 2006, Adam was leading the landscape and urban design group at one of the UK’s largest architectural practices, working throughout Europe and the UK in the public and private sectors on major architectural, planning, landscape and urban regeneration projects.