Adam leads research and development for AR/VR at SHoP Architects. He uses his architecture experience and training to inform the creation of new applications that connect data, design, and construction. During his time on the architectural side of the industry, Adam lead BIM strategy and coordination on several large projects including the GroupM Global Headquarters, in World Trade Center 3. Adam’s 7 years on the design technology and documentation side of AEC has given him a unique perspective to focus efforts within AR/VR. He has designed, built and launched apps for both iOS and Android, and is a frequent speaker on the implications of AR/VR in AEC. His applications with SHoP Architects have been nominated for awards and written about in publications including the New York Times. When he isn’t creating applications, he is building partnerships with technology companies and learning about adjacent fun new tech. He received his Masters in Architecture from Pratt Institute and then a certificate in web development from Columbia University.