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Adam Marcus, Adjunct/Visiting Faculty‎

Adam Marcus

Adjunct/Visiting Faculty‎

Workshops: Digital Provocations | MODULAR VARIATIONS: Computational Approaches to Molding, Casting, Tiling



Adam Marcus is an architect, educator, and the current Cass Gilbert Design Fellow at the University of Minnesota School of Architecture. From 2005 to 2011, he worked at Marble Fairbanks in New York City, where he served as project architect for a number of award-winning educational and public projects. From 2009 to 2011, he was an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Department of Architecture at Barnard and Columbia Colleges, where he taught classes related to parametric design, digital fabrication, and research into the use of pattern in architecture. At UMN he is presently teaching undergraduate and graduate design studios and workshops focusing on the role of digital technology in design and education, as well as organizing a symposium on these issues to be held at the School in the spring of 2012.



Adam is a graduate of Brown University, where he studied art and architectural history, and Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. He is LEED accredited, NCARB certified, and is a licensed and registered architect in the state of New York.

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