Alec Adamick is the owner and principal architect of Adamick Architecture, a New Orleans architecture firm that specializes in Historic Preservation. Alec completed his Masters of Architecture at the Boston Architectural College and his undergraduate studies at Tulane University. Alec practiced architecture in both Boston and New York City working on large institutional projects and high end residential respectively. In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, he returned to New Orleans to join efforts to rebuild the city with a focus on historic renovation. Alec’s varied portfolio of projects includes university buildings, hospitals, veterinary clinics, apartment buildings, churches, office buildings, bars, restaurants, and residences. Alec is passionate about using thoughtful design to improve people’s lives and loves working with clients to help them realize their vision. He is the Treasurer of AIA New Orleans, member of Preservation Resource Center’s Technical Services Committee, and co-director of Open Architecture Network New Orleans where he provides pro-bono design services to local organizations. Alec lives in the Irish Channel with his wife and sons.
Cassidy is an architectural designer at Adamick Architecture. She received her Master of Architecture degree from Tulane University in 2017. Since graduating she has continued to immerse herself in the study of various design mediums, including interiors, graphics, and typography. Her passion for design dictates a philosophy which seeks a marriage of beauty and function. In the future she hopes to help preserve the beautiful and unique architecture of New Orleans through involvement in both residential restoration and adaptive reuse projects. Cassidy has made a home in the Irish Channel where she enjoys gardening, spending time with family, personal design projects, and gastronomy.
Alex Barthel is a project manager at Adamick Architecture. Alex received his undergraduate degree at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee and then obtained his Masters of Architecture and Master of Preservation Studies degrees at Tulane University. UWMs curriculum, that focused on sustainability practices and Milwaukee’s array of historical building styles initially piqued Alex’s interest in historic preservation. After two years of work experience in Milwaukee, Alex decided to pursue a higher education at Tulane with the intent of building on his passion for historical architecture and placemaking. After graduating from Tulane, Alex returned to Wisconsin for a brief time to explore the engineering aspects of architecture. Feeling unfulfilled in his desire to contribute the field of preservation and architecture, Alex returned to New Orleans to work on projects that fused these two interests. He currently resides in Algiers Point and enjoys commuting to work via the ferry on his bicycle. His hobbies range from home carpentry projects to amateur beer brewing, and long walks on the levee with his dog, Cypress.