About Us

Our Philosophy

Adamick Architecture is client-focused and committed to improving the built environment of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. Specializing in the renovation of historic structures, we provide expertise for this unique service. We value the trust that our clients place in us to help them renovate their homes and businesses, and we realize how important each individual project is to our clients in terms of an investment or a place to live or work. We are eager to connect with clients to create bold designs and then to translate their vision into reality. We believe that we can respect the rich built heritage of New Orleans while creating new buildings of quality for living and working in the city. We pride ourselves on our ability to be attentive to individual projects, responsive to our clients, timely in our scheduling, and competitive in price. We strive to meet or exceed our clients' expectations, and our commitment to quality and value informs all aspects of our sophisticated design and planning services.

Our Firm

Established in 2014, Adamick Architecture is a design firm specializing in residential and commercial projects in the greater New Orleans area and Gulf Coast region. Our offices are located on the historic Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard in the Central City neighborhood of New Orleans, Louisiana. We specialize in residential and commercial design, historic renovations, and new construction within historic districts. We also provide design-related professional services including historic tax credit applications, master planning, liquor license applications, variances, and feasibility studies.

Credentials and Memberships

Adamick Architecture is licensed with the state of Louisiana, Registration No. LL0486. We carry both professional liability and general liability insurance policies. Adamick Architecture, LLC is an accredited business with the Better Business Bureau. Adamick Architecture has a firm membership in the American Institute of Architects. Members of our firm participate in organizations such the Open Architecture Network, the Preservation Resource Center, and the New Orleans Chamber of Commerce.