Professor Adam Caruso
Adam Caruso studied architecture at McGill University in Montreal. He worked for Florian Beigel and Arup Associates before establishing his own practice with Peter St John in 1990. Projects by the practice include; New Art Gallery Walsall, Victoria and Albert Museum of Childhood, Brick House, London and Gagosian Galleries in London, Rome, Paris and Hong Kong. Recently completed projects include Nottingham Contemporary and a new Café at Chiswick Gardens. The practice has been the architects for Tate Britain since 2007.
|2007–2010||Visiting Professor, London School of Economics|
|2007–2009||Visiting Professor, ETH Zurich|
|2005||Visiting Critic, Harvard University, Graduate School of Design|
|2002–2005||Professor, University of Bath, Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering|
|1999–2001||Visiting Professor, Academy of Architecture, Mendrisio|
|1990–2000||Senior Lecturer, University of North London|