Marie Law Adams & Dan Adams

Landing Studio: Marie Law Adams & Dan Adams

Landing Studio is an architecture, design, and research practice whose work negotiates the intersection of large scale global industry with urban environments. Since 2005, Landing Studio has developed projects with port facilities and transit infrastructure entities in Boston and New York by designing shared industrial and public access landscapes, light installations, festivals, exhibitions, tours, and industrial/community operations agreements.

The work of Landing Studio has been recognized with awards including a Progressive Architecture Award, the Architectural League Prize, an AIA Institute Honor Award, a Waterfront Center Award, and the Design Biennial Boston.

Marie Law Adams & Dan Adams

Landing Studio

Marie Law Adams received her BSArch from the University of Michigan and her MArch from MIT, where she was a Presidential Fellow and recipient of the Emerson Fellowship and AIA Medal. Marie is a lecturer in Urban Design at MIT in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning, and a registered architect in Massachusetts and Michigan.

Dan Adams has a BSArch from the University of Michigan, and an MArch from Harvard University, where he received the AIA Medal, and Kelly Thesis Prize, as well as the Druker Research Fellowship for ongoing research studying global production and transport of salt and the unique integration of this industry with cities and ecology. Dan is the Director of the School of Architecture at Northeastern University.