Adam Schultz believes in the architecture of “connection” for strengthening the success of  living/learning environments. He spearheads Hanbury's Summer Scholar Legacy program, in which undergraduate and graduate design students work side by side with firm professionals during the summer months. Adam holds a Virginia teaching license for grades K-12, with an endorsement in art education, and regularly exhibits his artwork in regional galleries.

  • Master of Architecture, Virginia Tech
  • Bachelor of Arts, Fine Arts major with concentration in architecture, The College of William and Mary

"Finding the beautiful in the unexpected is the best part of the design process. It's satisfying to me because it is assurance of something greater than ourselves."

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