ABOUT

At Glickman Schlesinger Architects, our dedication to refined details and the craft of building drives us to create holistically considered projects. We design architecture, interiors, and furniture—always with an eye toward sustainability, efficiency and performance, as well as a commitment to creating objects and spaces that are simply beautiful. Trained by architects who valued a high attention to detail and craft, Adam Glickman and Lauren Schlesinger bring that same level of care to all of the work they do. From planning to construction, Glickman Schlesinger Architects hold a commitment to continuing the tradition of high-quality, high-detail design in every project.

 
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ADAM GLICKMAN, AIA

PRINCIPAL, REGISTERED ARCHITECT

Prior to forming Glickman Schlesinger Architects, Adam worked at Machado Silvetti Architects and Ann Beha Architects in Boston, as well as at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) and Salazar Davis Architects in New York. His experience spans from managing multiple residential projects while at Salazar Davis Architects and designing the Rockefeller Stone Barns and Blue Hill Restaurant, to working on the The Portland Art Museum and a 34-story LEED Gold mixed-use tower in Manila, Philippines. He received a Masters in Architecture from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design in 2002.

 
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LAUREN SCHLESINGER, AIA

PRINCIPAL, REGISTERED ARCHITECT

Prior to forming Glickman Schlesinger Architects, Lauren worked at Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects, Rockwell Group, Tsao & McKown Architects, and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM). Her experience during six years at Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects includes a range of projects and roles: from project manager on a house in California and a stone showroom in New York, to project designer on buildings like the Phoenix Art Museum and Skirkanich Hall at the University of Pennsylvania. Outside of this experience, Lauren designed restaurants at Rockwell Group and taught undergraduate architecture design at the New York Institute of Technology. She received her Masters in Architecture from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design in 2002 after spending a semester in 2001 at ETH Swiss Federal Institute of Technology.