Adam Caruso studied architecture at McGill University. Together with Peter St John, he founded Caruso St John Architects in 1990. Alongside Peter St John, Adam oversees the work of Caruso St John’s two offices in London and Zurich. He is closely involved with all projects, public and commercial, including projects in UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and buildings of the highest listing in the UK. Adam regularly contributes articles for international architectural publications, and has authored and co-edited a number of books, including The Feeling of Things; Rudolf Schwarz and the Monumental Order of Things; Asnago Vender and the Construction of Modern Milan; The Stones of Fernand Pouillon: An Alternative Modernism in French Architecture; and Hopkins in the City. Adam teaches in parallel with his practice and, in 2011, he was appointed Professor of Architecture and Construction at ETH Zürich. He has previously taught at the University of North London, the University of Bath, the Academy of Architecture in Mendrisio, and the Cities Programme at the LSE. Adam is invited to lecture internationally on wider themes relating to architecture, as well as the work of the practice. In 2019, the Royal Academy of Arts elected Adam Caruso and Peter St John, in partnership, as a Royal Academician in the category of Architecture. Adam is a member of the RIBA, the Federation of Swiss Architects, the Swiss Society of Engineers and Architects, the French Order of Architects, and the Berlin Chamber of Architects.