JAM is a new design studio specialising in the transformation and re-use of buildings and materials.
Formed by Adam Willis and Joe Halligan, co-founders of Turner Prize-winning Assemble, and Dan Waterstone, previously of Sergison Bates architects, JAM have collective prior experience leading award-winning projects such as Atelier LUMA, Goldsmiths CCA, Granby Four Streets, and Lavender Hill Housing.
Joe, Adam and Dan have worked with clients and collaborators including the V&A, Wellcome Collection, Tate, Design Museum, LUMA Foundation, Fogo Island Arts, Horst Arts and Music, Kamikatz Brewing and Shiseido Gallery Tokyo, and have taught and lectured at institutions including Cambridge University, Yale University, ETH Zurich and EPFL Lausanne, where Joe held a visiting professorship in 2020.
JAM strive to make projects which are ambitious and extraordinary at all scales. If you would like to work with us, please get in touch
Here is a selection of our current work