Marie Law Adams

Landing Studio

Marie Law Adams AIA is a co-founding partner of Landing Studio, an architecture, design, and research practice whose work negotiates the intersection of large-scale global infrastructure with urban environments. Since 2005 Landing Studio has developed projects with port facilities and infrastructure agencies in Boston and New York by designing shared industrial and public access landscapes, light installations, festivals, exhibitions, and industrial/community operations agreements. The work of Landing Studio has received such honors as an AIA Honor Award in Regional & Urban Design, a Progressive Architecture Award, and the Architectural League Prize, and has been exhibited at institutions including RISD, Parsons, and the City College of New York. Adams is a registered architect and holds a BSArch from the University of Michigan and an MArch from MIT, where she was a Presidential Fellow and recipient of the AIA Medal. She is also a Lecturer in Urban Design in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at MIT.

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Marie Law Adams AIA is a co-founding partner of Landing Studio, an architecture, design, and research practice whose work negotiates the intersection of large-scale global infrastructure with urban environments. Since 2005 Landing Studio has developed projects with port facilities and infrastructure agencies in Boston and New York by designing shared industrial and public access landscapes, light installations, festivals, exhibitions, and industrial/community operations agreements. The work of Landing Studio has received such honors as an AIA Honor Award in Regional & Urban Design, a Progressive Architecture Award, and the Architectural League Prize, and has been exhibited at institutions including RISD, Parsons, and the City College of New York. Adams is a registered architect and holds a BSArch from the University of Michigan and an MArch from MIT, where she was a Presidential Fellow and recipient of the AIA Medal. She is also a Lecturer in Urban Design in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at MIT.

Photo Credit: Architects.org