Adam is a licensed landscape architect whose work focuses on the role of computation and construction in environmental and ecological design. He is a graduate of Iowa State University and co-author, with Bradley Cantrell, of Codify: Parametric and Computational Design in Landscape Architecture. His recent work for the New York office of Sherwood Design Engineers focuses on ecological and technological infrastructure for public and private real estate. Recipient of the Urban Design Thesis Prize from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, his work provides new tooling for coastal infrastructure in more cost-effective modeling and complex ecological site conditions.
Fun Facts: Adam enjoys sketching the parks and open spaces of New York City in his free time. He can be found on the weekends working on his next book about Geotechnical Urbanism and the Construction Creatures of our future Wilds.