Robert Adam definition
Robert Adam (1728 - 1792) A famous Neoclassical style architect and designer from Britain, Adam is known for thinking that architects should create both the exterior and the interior details of places in order to create harmony and consistency in a decorative scheme. Adam followed this course of thought by designing objects placed within his rooms, including carpets and furniture. He created the “Adam style,” which was a reaction against the previous Rococo. His work had a sense of light and airiness to it.