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ft3 Project Highlight:
Ronald McDonald House Charities
Adam Dubyna grew up with an affinity for creation, but it wasn’t until university where he realized he could explore this passion more deeply while enhancing peoples’ lives in the architecture profession. Adam completed his Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Manitoba before moving to Los Angeles, Calif., and acquiring his Master of Architecture from the University of California.
Starting as an architectural intern at ft3, Adam has participated in a variety of projects across the firm’s areas of expertise, as well as design installations and competitions. With each project, Adam is attune to an architect’s responsibility in creating balance and dynamism between the built and natural environment.
Adam continues to expand on his role as an architect at ft3, diving into issues such as climate change, carbon footprint and energy reduction, and exploring new and valuable ways to better serve the planet and its people. Clients appreciate his ability to marry these elements with the “big idea”, effectively communicating their vision without losing any detail or momentum.