Adam Tomski, Associate
Adam joined HBRA in 2010 and has been an Associate since 2017. Adam’s experience at HBRA has had him serving key design and technical roles for significant residential and renovation projects, including that of project architect for a new, award-winning private residence in Chicago’s Lincoln Park. Adam’s experience with historic structures has informed his recent work on major institutional projects including the renovation and reprogramming of Deering Library at Northwestern University, and the Alderman Library Renewal at the University of Virginia, both of which engage new construction with historic building fabric.
Adam graduated from The Ohio State University in 2005, and received a Master of Architecture from the Yale School of Architecture in 2010. At Yale he was a 2010 Feldman Prize nominee and received the 2010 Henry Adam Certificate and the 2009 James Gamble Rogers Memorial Fellowship. Adam is a registered Architect in the State of Illinois.