Benjamin is an architectural designer whose interdisciplinary experience encompasses a range of building types – with a particular focus on the delivery of projects situated within large-scale, multi-building campuses. He received his Bachelor of Architecture from London Metropolitan University and his Master of Architecture from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCIArc) in Los Angeles. Previously he worked in London as a qualified lawyer, specializing in the delivery of high-profile cultural/institutional developments and environmental improvement projects. In this position he played a role in the development of London’s Olympic Park, in preparation for the 2012 Olympics.
Benjamin has a wealth of teaching experience, including at his alma mater SCIArc, as well as at UCLA, USC, Woodbury University, and universities in London and Australia. He was an assistant professor of architecture at Syracuse University prior to joining Adamson in 2016.
With our firm he has been part of the team for several regenerative urban parkland campus developments. These projects include the Central Bank of the Bahamas campus in downtown Nassau, Bahamas, and the Mission Rock development in San Francisco.