received his undergraduate at Tulane University before pursuing a Masters of Architecture at the Boston Architectural College. This college offers a one of a kind program where students are required to work full time in an architecture office while taking classes in the evenings. By providing practice with theory, a dynamic and symbiotic relationship is formed between learning and work. While attending school in Boston, Alec worked for a large national firm designing institutional projects for major universities and hospitals. He then moved to New York City and worked a boutique firm working on high end residential projects in New York City and along the coast. After seven years of cutting his teeth in the northeast, Alec returned to New Orleans to pursue his dream of working to rebuild the city of New Orleans with a focus on historic renovation. After working for a small local firm for four years Alec struck out on his own and founded Adamick Architecture. Alec is actively engaged with the New Orleans Chapter of the Open Architecture Collaborative (Formerly known as Architecture for Humanity) and has managed four projects for the group including a Report for the Downtown Development District, a project for Common Ground in the Ninth Ward, a community message board at Evans Playground, and a Community Garden on the Lafitte Greenway. Alec has managed over ninety projects in New Orleans and currently resides in the Irish Channel with his wife Krista and their dog Sadie.
(M. Arch, B.Sc., B.A., AIA, NCARB, Architect)
received her undergraduate degree at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology before pursuing a Masters of Architecture at Tulane University. MIT developed Cassandra’s interest in building technologies while Tulane introduced an aspect of service and historical and cultural sensitivity. After graduating from MIT, Cassandra worked for a green contractor in Massachusetts that specialized in retrofitting historic homes to be energy efficient without compromising their historicity. Cassandra then moved to New Orleans to pursue her Masters and now works at Adamick Architecture where she continues on the path to becoming an architect.
(M. Arch, B.SAD)
received his undergraduate degree in Visual Arts at the University of California, San Diego before pursuing a Master degree in Architecture and a Certificate in Preservation Studies at Tulane University. After graduating from UC San Diego, Scott worked as a graphic designer specializing in dynamic, data-driven web sites and instructional multimedia. Scott decided to change the direction of his career and relocated to New Orleans to pursue graduate studies in architecture and historic preservation. Prior to joining the design team of Adamick Architecture, Scott researched historical buildings in Louisiana and worked as an intern architect on numerous renovation and historic rehabilitation projects in Florida. Scott is excited to return to New Orleans to use his training in historic architecture and building information modeling with Adamick Architecture.
(M. Arch, Cert.PS, B.A.)