Adam Lanman has been operating an architectural design practice since 2020, focusing on public interest design and place-making models within communities. His passion lies in creating innovative designs that intersect with architecture, design, and fine art. Lanman’s interest in community design and inclusive artistic practices was sparked by the guidance of Samuel Mockbee and Jim Olson during his studies at the University of Oklahoma. He later developed a deep appreciation for climate-based design and its relationship to the places we live and play while studying with Glen Murcutt at Cornell University. Lanman’s studio consistently collaborates with local stakeholders and professionals from various fields. Additionally, he frequently teaches and lectures on the impact and organization of community design strategies.