Adam Donner, our resident Cornhusker, emotes a design sensibility that challenges conformity and the prosaic. He supports the belief that ideas stem from the embracement of nuance and intuitive strategies, synthesized to discover a project’s essence and opportunity. Through this analysis, he continues to demonstrate clarity within a project scope and to develop new and provocative architectural concepts.
Adam has traveled and studied extensively in Europe, Africa and Asia including research time spent studying in the prominent urban centers such of Paris and London. Adam received his Masters of Architecture from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. He is focused on the expansion of understanding of computational design, while maintaining an inherently creative and artistic approach that seeks to embed meaning and intimacy into architectural design.
An active member of the Army National Guard, Adam has been deployed to Iraq and continues to serve our country in both a domestic and international capacity. When not focused on spending time with his daughter, Adam is engaged in multiple creative outlets to include his volunteer efforts with the Minneapolis chapter of Creative Mornings (https://creativemornings.com/cities/msp), an organization that hosts a series of free monthly speaking events aimed at the creative community.