Architect Adam Darter grew up living in a housing development that was under construction, so he spent much of his childhood climbing into foundations, running through newly framed houses, and asking contractors what they were doing. This experience subconsciously piqued Adam’s interest in architecture, particularly in the process and how things are put together.
Adam later went on to receive his Bachelors in Architecture from Roger Williams University. After an internship with SLAM Collaborative, Adam worked for Andre Kikoski Architect, a small New York firm specializing in private residential, commercial residential, and hospitality projects. From there he went on to work at Wimberly Interiors, a global firm specializing in hospitality interiors. There, he led teams through all phases of the design and construction process for five-star luxury resorts and private estates.
As a registered architect and LEED AP, Adam is well versed in LEED standards, which provides him a foundation to design and build more ecologically conscious homes that have a strong relationship with the natural surroundings of a site.
Adam takes pride in cultivating a collaborative environment. From communication with the team, clients, and contractors, to helping guide the design, his hands-on approach creates strong relationships throughout the design process. Through his dedication to design innovation, material research, and detail-orientation, he enjoys designing lasting spaces for clients
In his free time, Adam enjoys soccer, archery, and hiking.