Alec Adamick is the owner of Adamick architecture, a New Orleans firm that specializes in Historic Preservation. Alec received his undergraduate at Tulane University and completed his Masters of Architecture at the Boston Architectural College. After working in both Boston and New York City, Alec returned to New Orleans to pursue his dream of working to rebuild the city of New Orleans with a focus on historic renovation. Alec has worked on a multitude of project types during his career, including university buildings, hospitals, veterinary clinics, houses, apartment buildings, churches, office buildings, bars, restaurants, and clubs. He loves working with clients to help them realize their vision and is passionate about using thoughtful design to improve people’s lives. He is the 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 Krista, his son Gabriel, and his dog Sadie.
(M. Arch, B.Sc., B.A., AIA, NCARB, Architect)
Cassandra Gibbs 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)
Scott Heath 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.)