Adam studied architecture and civil engineering at the Czech Technical University (CVUT) in Prague where he graduated in 2006. He attended courses at École de la ville et des territoires à Marne-la-Vallée in Paris.
After finishing his studies he worked as an architect for the Ministry of Infrastructure of Malta on restoration and refurbishment of a baroque villa.
After moving back to Prague he joined Bílek Associates where he worked under the supervision of the former chancellor of the Czech Chamber of Architects Petr F. Bílek on residential and commercial projects in the Czech Republic and abroad.
He joined BFLS as an architect in 2011 to work as a building and research technology coordinator on the design and site inspection of the ELI Beamlines Laser Research Centre in Dolní Brezany near Prague.
Adam joined Bogle Architects in 2012 and was made an Associate in 2018 after a successful completion of the Villa Vokovice ( Sarecky Dvur) luxury residential development in the premises of a heritage protected baroque and classicist rural estate.