BES, MArch, OAA, MRAIC
416 203 7600 x 235
Drew Adams' interests lie at the intersection of built form and the environment in the shaping of buildings, communities and the public realm, which is reflected by his diverse experience across multiple disciplines. He holds a professional degree in urban planning from the University of Waterloo as well as a graduate degree in architecture from the University of Toronto. Prior to joining LGA, Drew played a leading role in the design of a carbon-neutral, 24-unit, sustainable demonstration project in the Northwest Territories while working for Baird Sampson Neuert Architects. Drew's work has received considerable recognition including the 2012 RAIC National Urban Design Award. Drew is an occasional guest critic at the University of Toronto and University of Waterloo School of Planning, where he recently served as an adjunct instructor.