Adriane received a Bachelor of Architecture from The Catholic University of America in 2014. Searching to deepen her understanding of urbanism and vernacular architecture, she apprenticed at a traditional architecture firm where she was involved in large-scale institutional projects. She followed with a Master of Architecture and Urbanism with a Classical Concentration at her alma mater.
During her academic career, she developed an enthusiasm for architectural details, literature, and the language of vernacular buildings in the urban fabric. Her thesis focused on remediating the urban plan of Georgetown’s waterfront while protecting its historic structures, as well as connecting the city to L’enfant’s Plan for the Washington, D.C. region.
Adriane enjoys exploring the powerful effect of a well-designed space on its inhabitants, from public buildings to private homes. She believes it is the obligation of the architect to preserve our architectural history, design beautiful spaces that serve society, and provide built conditions that help humanity flourish. Adriane was recognized as the recipient of the Annual Stanley Hallet Architectural Sketchbook Award in 2021 for her free-hand sketches.