Adam Poinsett-Hall is a registered architect in New York. He joined Brandon Haw Architecture in 2018, serving as the Senior Architect on the 400 Collins Avenue mixed-use development in Miami Beach as well as the Francisco Aguirre hotel and office development in Santiago de Chile.
Before joining the studio, Adam worked at Pei Cobb Freed & Partners from 2014 to 2018, where he served as a project architect on large-scale developments including One Dalton Tower in Boston, the extension to the UCLA Business School, and the Century Plaza twin towers in Los Angeles. Between 2013 and 2014, he worked at Grimshaw Architects on projects such as the redesign of Fordham Plaza, as well as the design of the Croton Golf Clubhouse and Driving Range, in the Bronx.
Previously, Adam served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Paraguay, working with neighborhood groups to plan and implement community works projects. He continued his service after the Peace Corps by working for a local non-profit in Paraguay to train municipal employees throughout the country on how to legally map districts and develop urban planning strategies.
Adam holds a Master of Architecture in Urban Design, graduating with Distinction in 2012 from The Bartlett School of Architecture. He also holds a Bachelor of Architecture and a BA in Hispanic Studies, which he received in 2006 from Carnegie Mellon University.