Vice President of Design, Friends of the High LineNew York, USA
Adam Ganser’s professional and academic history has focused on advocating for, designing, building and managing urban scale, mission driven public private projects. As Vice President for Planning and Design at Friends of the High Line (FHL), Adam oversees zoning advocacy, City and real estate partnerships, planning, design and construction on the High Line. Prior to FHL, Adam worked for Enrique Norten at TEN Arquitectos in New York City and led the architectural design of Orange County Great Park, a 1,400-acre park on the decommissioned El Toro Marine Corps Air Base. The project received the National 2009 Institute Honor Award for Regional and Urban Design from the American Institute of Architects. Adam received a Master of Architecture from Yale University, a Master of Real Estate Development from Columbia University, and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.