Owner Adam Green is a registered architect with over 20 years of professional experience spanning from Southern California to New England. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects, a LEED Accredited Professional and is certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. Adam is a graduate of the Denmark International Studies Program at the University of Copenhagen and received a Masters of Architecture degree from the University of Cincinnati’s School of Architecture and Interior Design in 2004. Both experiences still inform and inspire his work today.
Adam resides in Evansville, IN with his wonderful wife Jen and two sons Lucas and Theodore. He enjoys weekends at Lake Barkley, late fall St. Louis Cardinals baseball and precious time spent with family. Adam is a graduate of Castle High School in Newburgh, IN.
Master of Architecture, University of Cincinnati School of Architecture and Design (2004)
Bachelor of Science in Architecture, University of Cincinnati School of Architecture and Design (2002)
Danish International Studies Program, University of Copenhagen, Denmark (2001)
AIA Member (American Institute of Architects)
NCARB Certified (National Council of Architectural Registration Boards)
LEED Certified (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design)
DHPA Qualified Professional (IN Department of Historical Preservation and Archeology)
Board President, Friends of Peters-Margedant House (501c3 non-profit)
Board member, Preservation Alliance of Evansville (501c3 non-profit)
Board member, Woodmere Dog Park (501c3 non-profit)
Member, American Institute of Architects Southern Indiana
Adam Green Architect (2012-current)
Sherman Carter Barnhart Architects. Louisville, KY (2006-2012)
Golba Architecture. San Diego, CA (2003-2006)
City of Worcester, MA (2000-2001)
Ratio Architects. Indianapolis, IN (1999-2000)
After earning an associate's degree in Environmental Design, Rebecca obtained her bachelor's degree in Interior Architectural Design from Indiana State University in 2020. After first completing an internship with Adam, she joined our team full-time in the spring of 2020 as a Designer. Rebecca enjoys pursuing professional education and networking opportunities, and teaches a college level course in Design Technology at Ivy Tech.
When she is not in the office, Rebecca can often be found assisting in local home-renovation projects with friends and family, serving at her church and spending time with her husband. Rebecca is an Evansville native and a graduate of Reitz High School.
Bachelors Degree in Interior Architectural Design pairing Construction Management from Indiana State University of Terre Haute, IN (2020)
Associates Degree in Environmental Design from Ivy Tech of Evansville, IN (2017)
Designer at Adam Green Architect since 2020
Intern at Adam Green Architect (2019-2020)