Adam is an architectural designer with experience and expertise of designing higher education, cultural, mixed use, and science buildings in the US and UK.
Adam is passionate about the creative use of computation in architecture, digital fabrication, and off-site manufacturing using modern methods of construction. He is comfortable working with large consultant teams and on complex projects with multiple stakeholders, which require a strong ethos of collaboration and attention to detail.
At Nex, Adam leads the studio’s computational expertise, championing digital innovation and maintaining BIM standards across all projects. He is a confident programmer in Python and Grasshopper to automate work-flow, and manage complex modelling and simulation.
Adam received his MArch degree from the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan, where he was awarded the Willeke Portfolio prize, and graduated cum laude from his undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Architecture at the University of Cincinnati.