This is the main attribute to our small company. We are hugely proud of what we achieve and the dedication of our team leads to this success. Our team has been crafted and chosen carefully, ensuring we have the right combination of skills to deliver exciting projects tailored for each individual client.


Adam Knibb

Adam undertook his architectural education at the Welsh School of Architecture (Cardiff) before completing his RIBA Part 3 qualification at Oxford Brookes University.

Following his commendation at Part II, he joined John Pardey Architects by invitation from the director. Specialising in one-off private residential houses, Adam honed his skills in detailing and coordinating the delivery of modern contemporary houses. He also had the opportunity to work on other various projects such as mixed use developments, schools and healthcare. 

Working in a handful of practices that specialised in modern, ecological and sustainable buildings, Adam moved on to Design Engine.

Here he was promoted to services coordinator for the new Oxford Brookes University development which achieved a mid-list place on the Sterling Prize. This development achieved BREEAM excellence with integrated and efficient designing.

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Daniel Masterman

Daniel started his architectural education at the University of Lincoln before graduating in 2012. He then went on to work in both Copenhagen and London over the following year, spending the majority of his year out experience at Terry Farrell & Partners. Here he worked on the Earls Court Masterplan, acting as a key member of the design team whilst continuing his own professional development.

In 2013, Daniel then went on to study his Masters in Architecture at the Royal College of Art, where his work explored the elasticity of architectural typologies and the way they must adapt to keep pace with developments in a rapidly changing world. Upon graduation from the RCA, Daniel gained a position at ArchitecturePLB which allowed him to work on a wide range of projects. These included working on a new health centre in central Winchester through planning and developing the construction packages of 100 sustainable new build homes which acted as the first phase of the Whitehill Bordon EcoTown Masterplan, to name a few.

Daniel moved to Adam Knibb Architects in August 2016, finding the opportunity to deliver carefully crafted projects whilst preparing to undertake his Part III studies, very exciting.


Emma Victoria Savvaidis

Emma initiated her architectural education at Liverpool John Moores University from where she graduated in 2009. This was followed by a year out working in Greece and then a year studying Photography at the University of Arts in London. She then went on to complete her Postgraduate degree at Oxford Brookes University where she specialised in International Architectural Regeneration and Development.

Once she graduated in 2013, she went on to work at Foster+Partners where she developed her skills through challenging tasks and complex projects. This gave her the opportunity to explore new ways of working and increase her efficiency and communication skills.

In 2014 she joined TateHindle to work on commercial projects which enabled her to coordinate with a variety of consultants and clients. She took the decision to move to Adam Knibb Architects in 2015 to work on contemporary residential architecture where she could undertake her part III.

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Chris Little

Chris began his architectural education at The Welsh School of Architecture, where he graduated in 2015. Developing a keen interest in technical detailing and sustainable design, Chris applied to Adam Knibb Architects in Summer 2015 to undertake his placement year. 

Completing Part II work for The Welsh School of Architecture during his placement, Chris was afforded the opportunity to work on a number of projects at both planning and technical design stages.

Chris has further developed his technical understanding and fuelled his interest in well considered, contemporary, residential design. He will bring these attributes forward when completing his Part II studies at the WSA.





Oliver Gil

Oliver graduated as an Architect in 2007 from the Granada School of Architecture ETSAG in Spain. Prior to and following his graduation, he gained practical experience with a number of architectural firms, including JimenezBrasa Architects where he participated in a wide range of projects from initial concepts through to construction.

The next step in his career commenced with his decision to move on to a real estate developer company specialising in high-end bespoke Mediterranean villas; here he worked as a project manager gaining valuable on-site experience.

After this, he cofounded his own architectural practice, together with three other colleagues, focusing on contemporary residential architecture.

Oliver joined Adam Knibb Architects in June 2016 to embrace new opportunities within the UK design industry; during his time here he has been working closely with Adam to interpret his ideas throughout the design process.

Aleksandra Urbanska 

Aleksandra graduated from her Part I education from the Welsh School of Architecture in 2016. During her studies she became very enthusiastic about materiality, tectonics and user-sensitive architecture.

Pursuing her interests, she participated in a number of internships and workshops in the UK and abroad, including the Architectural Association Summerbuilt at Hooke Park, Dorset, and the CityForm Research & Travel Scholarship in India, New Delhi.

During her time with AKA she is looking forward to developing a thorough understanding of technical detailing, and working as a part of a young, efficient team. That knowledge and on-site experience will aid her in completing the M.Arch. Part II course, which she is currently undertaking at the WSA.