Adamson and AAI, established in 1934 in Toronto, Canada, by Gordon S. Adamson, are renowned for their architectural excellence. The firm offers a wide range of services in architecture, planning, interior, and urban design, catering to both private and public sectors. With offices in Toronto, New York, Los Angeles, London, and Vancouver, Adamson and AAI have contributed significantly to modern architecture's evolution, especially after World War II.
Notable projects by Adamson and AAI include the World Financial Center in New York, Canary Wharf Estate in London, Kuala Lumpur City Centre in Malaysia, and The Shard in London. The firm has been recognized with numerous awards, like the CTBUH 2021 Award of Excellence and the American Architecture Award in the Skyscraper Category for 390 Madison Avenue.
Adamson and AAI's history is marked by influential projects across various sectors, including commercial, cultural, hospitality, residential, and more, underlining their leadership in technical expertise and innovative design.