Growing up, Adrian had one of the most amazing Lego collections around. He would spend days on end building intricate worlds and drawing on whatever he could get his hands on. Today he applies that same sense of curiosity and wonder to real world issues.
Graduating with his Master of Architecture from the University of Detroit Mercy in 2010, Adrian recalls his semester studying abroad in Italy as one of the highlights of his college experience. “Exploring new cities has always inspired me. There’s nothing like having the freedom of hopping on a train and arriving in a totally new place to discover.”
Since arriving at IDS, Adrian has been a part of a number of projects of varying scale. Working closely with Michigan State University coaches Izzo and Dantonio, he was a member of the team that delivered the Spartan Stadium North End Zone Addition, Duffy Daughtery Renovations and Berkowitz Office Refresh. He has also lent his talents to such University of Michigan projects as the Munger Graduate Residences, East Quad Renovation and the Taubman addition to the University of Michigan Art and Architecture building. He looks forward to growing as an architect as he continues to explore.
Master of Architecture, 2010
University of Detroit Mercy
Harvard University Graduate School of Design
Public Interest Design, Executive Education Program
State of Michigan, 2016
American Institute of Architects
Outstanding Master’s Thesis, 2010
Dean‚Äôs Scholar, December 2005 – May 2010
School of Architecture Alumni Scholarship, 2008-2009