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Unbuilt Design Awards Welcomes Adam Marcus as Juror
The AIA Dallas Design Awards Committee is pleased to announce Adam Marcus, director of Variable Porjects in Oakland, as a juror for the 2016 Unbuilt Design Awards.
Adam Marcus is an architect and educator whose work has been recognized, published, and exhibited internationally. Adam directs Variable Projects, an award-winning design and research studio in Oakland, California that operates at the intersection of architecture, computation, and fabrication. He is also a partner in Futures North, a public art collaborative dedicated to exploring the aesthetics of data. A graduate of Brown University and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Adam previously practiced with Marble Fairbanks in New York City, where he served as project architect for a number of award-winning educational and public projects.
Cloud Nine Project, 2015, San Francisco, California; collaboration with Matt Hutchinson / PATH
Adam is an Assistant Professor of Architecture at California College of the Arts, where he coordinates the Integrated Building Design curriculum, teaches design studios in computational design and digital fabrication, and collaborates with CCA's Digital Craft Lab. He has previously taught at the undergraduate Department of Architecture at Barnard & Columbia Colleges, the University of Minnesota, and the Architectural Association's Visiting School Los Angeles. Adam currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Association for Computer-Aided Design in Architecture (ACADIA).