George Saumarez Smith is one of the leading classical architects of his generation. Much of his inspiration comes from an appreciation and study of historic buildings, combined with a high level of classical literacy. He has received various awards for his work, including from the RIBA, the Sunday Times and four awards from the Georgian Group.
Smith qualified as an architect in 1998 and has been a Director of ADAM Architecture since 2004. He is passionate about measuring and drawing historic buildings and his work has been exhibited and published widely, both in the UK and abroad. He also regularly teaches, lectures and writes on a wide range of subjects relating to traditional architecture.