A few years ago, Adam wrote an article connecting his previous life as a racer with design. It explores the similarities between designing the built environment with the visceral experience of racing a motorcycle. Check it out HERE.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
What projects are you working on at SAR+?
- Temporary Tiny Home Villages
- North Broadway Pedestrian Bridge
- 3636 Chestnut Mixed-Use Development
- 40th & Walnut Mixed-Use Development
- Foothills Mixed-Use Redevelopment
What brought you to architecture?
Motorcycles were my conduit into architecture. Learning to ride a motorcycle coincided with my introduction to the garage and all the powerful form making tools, machinery, and opportunity that it contained. Eventually, my passion and interest in motorcycles and fabrication evolved into the curiosity of what makes spaces & places great.
The best piece of advice I’ve ever been given is…
To live each day as if it were stolen from death.
If I were a superhero, my superpower would be…
Go-to vacation spot?
Mountain biking in the rainforests of British Columbia
Choose a movie title for the story of your life
Design of a Racer
What was your first job?
If you weren’t an architect, what would you be?
Ducati Motorcycle Test Rider
When I’m not working. I’m…
Advenuring on mountain bikes, wandering on motorcycles, floating down rivers, making things with my hands, and exploring our worlds cities.
I am a retired professional motorcycle racer.
What are three things on your bucket list?
I don’t have a bucket list 😊
If you could only eat one genre of food for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Chicken Wings – follow me at @den_wings
Favorite memory at SAR+?
Making the best of friends!