Adam Wagoner:

With a background working for high profile architects around the world in the US, Netherlands and Mexico, Adam focuses on crafting innovative solutions for each unique projects utilizing cutting edge methods and technologies. He has experience working at all design scales, from furniture and interior design of single family residential and small commercial, to large scale mountain resorts, urban master planning and skyscraper design.


Adam completed architectural degrees at Kansas State University and the Yale School of Architecture.

During his time at Yale, Adam focused on digital fabrication processes as well as urban theory, trends, and growth in New England, West Africa and northern Mexico. At the culmination of his degree Adam was nominated for the Feldman Prize by Peter Eisenman.


Moving to Denver 2016, Adam became integrated into the local design community, serving on committees for AIA Colorado and receiving accommodations from their Young Architect Awards. Adam teaches architectural design studio and seminars at the University of Colorado Denver’s College of Architecture and Planning as well as acting as the school’s Exhibition Coordinator.


Master of Architecture, Kansas State University, 2009
Master of Architecture, Yale University, 2015
Licensed Architect, State of Colorado

Professional Experience

RAW Design, 359 Design, Tatiana Bilbao Estudio, Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, Kaan Architecten, Helix Architecture + Design, Larry Bowne Architects