Adam has over thirty years’ experience of directing large-scale Public Realm and Temporary Architecture projects all over the world. Past projects include the Hong Kong Handover Ceremony. He has technical-directed numerous iconic events for The Royal Household (The Royal Military Tattoo of 2000, The Queen Mother's 100th Birthday Celebrations, 'All The Queen's Horses' for Her Majesty The Queen, in honour of her Golden Jubilee in 2002). Adam was Senior Technical Director for the 2004 Athens Olympics Opening and Closing Ceremonies, Project Director for Chanel Mobile Art, Project Director for London Olympics Infrastructure on Horse Guards Parade and The Mall, and Senior Project Director for The Hive, the UK Pavilion for Expo Milano 2015, and its move the following year to Kew Gardens, London.
ADAM WILDI PARTNERS
We are a consultancy engaging with artists, architects, developers and engineers to provide Public Realm installations, pavilions and interventions.
We can consult throughout the life cycle of a project, from inception to implementation to legacy.
The public have an increasing appetite for ambitious, interactive and educational installations: we are expert at complex, hard-to-imagine projects.
We collaborate closely with clients and projects partners to realise complete schemes.
WE CAN -
help frame up contracts
advise on the tender process
be part of the bid team
help engage the relevant creatives
participate in or even run the design team
consult on content and software as well as the physical
consult on or provide the complete package for implementation
champion the creative integrity during the process
provide quality management during installation
We are the consultancy for the interactive, educational and iconic.
We deliver the difficult and creative where art is integrated, not gratuitous.
We are expert in major capital projects.
We are consultants for the Public Realm and Temporary Architecture and can consult on architectural interventions.
We can be engaged as consultants to engineering groups, architects, property developers and governments.