Adam Lemire

Adam Lemire

Brunswick, ME, US



A well-qualified designer with strong graphic and presentation skills.  Proven ability to think critically and solve complex design problems.  A leader and a team player who can initiate concepts and also support the ideas of others.  

Senior Designer at LineSync Architecture and Planning in Southern Vermont.

Curator of the online monthly competition PINarchitecture.



ALMA architecture llc, Philadelphia, PA, US, Senior Designer

Adam Lemire is a senior architectural designer and project manager who focuses on institutional, mixed use and residential projects. He organizes efforts with planning, construction documents and construction administration. Adam is an advocate for balanced design solutions that respond equally to the needs of clients, communities and the environment. His projects with ALMA include: LeopardWorks, Marquis Hall, Alpha, Auction House, Hart's Pub and Meadow Brook.

Mar 2016 - current

LineSync Architecture, Wilmington, VT, US, Senior Designer

As senior designer at a sustainable architecture and planning firm, significantly contributed to all areas of production. Improved quality and effectiveness of firm through project management, development of office procedures, model organization, and graphic presentation.
- Effectively led and managed an office of 3 to 8 employees
- Project Manager for 20+ public, residential, and commercial projects
- Project Manager for 30-year Ski Resort Master Planning
- Comprehensively contributed to all phases of design (SD, DD, CD, BID)
- Practiced sustainability (local materials, efficient spaces, super-insulation)
- Produced or oversaw all graphic promotional materials including website
- Composed multiple winning competition entry booklets, listed below
- 2012 AIA Vermont Merit Award (2nd) Lofts Studio
- 2011 AIA Vermont Honor Award (1st) Cattail Cottage
- 2010 AIA Vermont Honor Award (1st) River Bank Park
- 2009 ALSA Vermont Honor Award (1st) River Bank Park

Sep 2008 - Mar 2016

Temple University, Recycling Office, Philadelphia, PA, US, Graphic Designer and Project Assistant

Worked closely with campus recycling manager as a graphic designer while gaining insightful knowledge of campus facility and municipal systems.
- Developed effective signs and concise promotional material
- Designed plastic bag that was produced for University’s bookstore
- Assisted in the expansion of program to include plastic bag recycling

Aug 2006 - Jul 2008

Temple University, Architecture Department, Philadelphia, PA, US, Plot Room Technician

Monitored and operated variety of large format scanners and plotter models.
- Maintained, operated, and cleaned large format scanners and plotters
- Performed software updates and maintenance on Macs and PCs

Aug 2004 - May 2008

Jeremy Coleman Architects, Brattleboro, VT, US, Intern-Architect

Interned with a licensed single practitioner working through SD, DD, and CD phases.
- Developed construction documents with architect for a 50-unit retirement home
- Managed construction documents including window, door, and finish schedules
- Independently developed proposals for small additions

May 2004 - Aug 2004

Foard Panel (Structural Insulated Panel), Chesterfield, NH, US, Intern

Interned at a design-build firm developing drawings for super-insulated buildings.
- Assisted in drawing construction details and documents for SIP buildings
- Developed CAD construction detail library for use on future projects
- Determined panel layouts that minimized joints and material waste

Jan 2003 - Jul 2003


Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, US, BArch, Architecture

- Cumulative GPA: 3.43 / Architecture Studio GPA: 3.80
- Thesis Topic: Ambiguity within Architecture (Subway / Library Hybrid)
- Semester abroad studying art & architecture - Rome, Italy
- Two elective design-build studios - North Philadelphia

Curator, Four Student Architectural Exhibits, 2004 - 2007
Temple Main Campus, Tyler School of Art Campus, Temple Rome Italy Campus
- Effectively organized, designed, built, and advertised exhibits
- Supervised 5-10 students to set up exhibits
- Promoted relationships between majors and universities

Aug 2003 - May 2008


American Institute of Architects New Hampshire - Young Architects Competition, 1st Place

"Whitcomb GRID"
Historic Town Hall Renovation

Jury Comments:

"This is the “Swiss army knife” of the competition with a lot of practical details that enhanced the user experience while preserving the overall character of Whitcomb Hall. The idea of the grid was a good defining concept, which not only brought order to the interior spaces, but also provided a good alternative to accessorizing the outdoor lawn to the west. This provided for a number of additional outdoor events to enhance the use of Whitcomb Hall to include: farmers markets, movie nights, concerts, and other various public gatherings.

The proposal’s connection to the site was not only the most sensitive, but also the most elegant. By providing an addition to the north of the site to meet most of the program requirements, the Hall itself remained intact from the exterior preserving its public face and historic character. The addition included a backstage area with a pivoting scenery wall on the upper level, while the ground floor included a new kitchen, elevator and stair for public access. Overall, Whitcomb Hall was preserved as the focal point on the village green while the adaptive re-use of the large expansive west lawn combined to validate the Hall as the “premier event facility in the southwest region of the State."


American Institute of Architects New Hampshire - Young Architects Competition, 1st Place

"Portsmouth LOOP"
Bicycle Center Facility

Jury Comments:

Adam's design, The Loop, creates a subtle, formally graceful and powerful urban solution containing the most interesting public space out of all the entries. The flow and experience of the design is enjoyable and is reminiscent of someone riding on a bicycle. The handling of program creates a poetic experience from clear and simple goals that speaks to the movement of bicycles and the integration of bicycle routes along the seacoast of New Hampshire. The thoughtful consideration of site and context and integration of cycling, pedestrian, and public activity is successful by not trying to fill the proposed site with an overbearing building.


Delaware Valley Green Building Council - Sustainable Design Competition, 1st Place

"Philly SPROUT"
Parks and Recreation Facility Renovation


Delaware Valley Green Building Council - Sustainable Design Competition, Honorable Mention

"Interlaced Transit"
Bicycle Center Facility


Spontaneous Architecture Competition (PRE Office, Studio X, & GOOD.), 1st Place


Response to the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

The giant ballon grows and grows, filling with oil, until the pressure if finally relieved. A team of scuba divers crop the end and the balloon in released to the surface. The fragile vessel begins its journey... floating around the world following ocean currents... narrowly missing shoreline after shoreline... a constant reminder that disaster is only a mater of time.


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