Adam Jackson


Adam grew up in Essex and over the past two decades he has dedicated his studies to construction and architecture. Over the years, Adam has worked for two architectural practices and a local authority, gaining experience in all work stages over a wide range of sectors; residential developments, commercial buildings, heritage sites and listed building conversions and coastal masterplans.

In 2014, Adam designed and oversaw a new disabled changing facility for a local authority, this project won a commended award in the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists Alan King Award. It was the turning point in Adam’s career which led him to set up GROW Design Studio, with the intention of providing functional and well considered architecture. Since then, GROW has established into an award winning practice in their own right; in 2016 winning the commended award in CIAT’s Alan King Award, this time for a modest property marketing suite for a 14 home development in rural Hertfordshire.


Other Projects

Marketing suite, Goff’s Oak
Marketing suite, Wandsworth
Two storey temporary structure marketing suite, Mill Hill
Marketing suite, Hainault
Atlanta Cafe Essex
Accessible changing facilities, Clacton-on-Sea & Walton-on-the-Naze
Kitchen showroom interior fit-out, Cambridge
Pop-up commercial sales building, Brixton
Marketing Suite, Beechwood Village