Designer | Architecture
Adrian is from Rockland County in New York and grew up in a family with a hand’s-on attitude towards making their space suit their needs. During his childhood, he spent time observing the way his family members were able to make a beautiful and functional home out of a never-ending series of small projects and he was always curious about design and its execution. He worked at Hacin in 2021 as part of the co-op program at Northeastern University and is thrilled to return after graduating in spring 2022 with a Bachelors degree in Architecture. While at Northeastern, he participated in a “Furniture Urbanism” studio, during which his team designed and fabricated a kinetic bench which was placed on campus, named the “Wooden Wave.” This initial project was further supported by the university and Adrian and his classmates had the opportunity to work with fabricators and the grounds faculty to improve upon the prototype and design a further finished project – four of which still sit on campus today. This experience encouraged his interest in the ways design and process inform and affect each other, especially as they relate to generative design and fabrication. Outside of the studio, he enjoys working on digital art and design projects, reading, and snowboarding in the winter.