Adam Schroth is a designer and project architect at IK Studio in Cambridge, MA. His work strives to engage architectural form with design technologies utilized not only as descriptive tools, but as opportunities to reenchant built environments. Recently, Adam received his Masters of Architecture from PennDesign, where he was awarded the Arthur Spayd Brooke Memorial Prize for distinguished work in architecture and design. His academic work has been published and exhibited for the University of Pennsylvania School of Design’s Pressing Matters publication, the District Architecture Center (DAC), the ACSA, and the AIA National Convention.
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