Adam Pyrek received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from The University of Texas at Austin and a MA degree from the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London in Environment and Energy Studies.  Much of his professional work has encompassed challenging public and academic projects with locally and internationally recognized architects including Arthur Andersson, Lawrence W. Speck, Alejandro Aravena, and Santiago Calatrava. The opportunity to work closely with these architects has exposed him to a rigorous process needed to bring unique buildings and structures into reality.  His work on these demanding projects gives him the ability to address the requirements of today’s ever more challenging projects in regards to performance, form, and public scrutiny.  These projects include: Four international airport terminal buildings in Europe and the USA; the City of Art and Science in Valencia, Spain; and the Chihuly Bridge of Glass in Tacoma, Washington; and several academic buildings for universities in the USA.
Adam Pyrek has participated in projects that have received numerous awards from organizations such as TEXAS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS (2000, 2001, 2012, 2017), LOCAL AIA CHAPTERS (2001, 2003, 2003, 2013). These projects have also been published in journals that include: ARCHITECTURAL RECORD (June 2000, June 2003), ARCHITECTURE (May 2002, August 2002), DETAIL (Oct. 2009), and TEXAS ARCHITECT (Nov. 1998, Nov. 1999, Sept. 2000, Sept. 2001, Jan. 2004, July 2009, Sept. 2012, May/June 2017). He has been a team member involved in design competitions including Reichstag, New German Parliament renovation in Berlin that tied for first place, and the winning entry for the Lisbon Oriente Station for the 1998 World Expo in Portugal.

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