Adam Gross is a principal of Ayers Saint Gross with more than 35 years of experience in planning and architectural design. He provides the broad design direction for the firm and works in close collaboration with many of the firm’s longstanding clients. In addition, he has written and lectured extensively on urban design, collegiate architecture, and master planning. He has taught at several architectural schools, most recently as the Fay Jones Chair in Architecture at the University of Arkansas and the Kea Distinguished Professor of Architecture at the University of Maryland. Adam was a visiting scholar at The American Academy in Rome in 2014.