Adriana Davis

Adriana Davis

New York, NY, US



Architectural designer with work published on ArchDaily, designboom, Dezeen, and Domus. 

Honors and Awards: 

Blank Space Fairytales 2017 // AIAS Prize

Blank Space Driverless Future Challenge // Finalist


Workshop/APD, New York, Intermediate Designer

Mar 2022 - current

Arch11, Boulder, CO, US, Architectural Intern

Schematic design and design development for residential projects in Revit.

Jun 2019 - Aug 2019

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, US, Graduate Teaching Assitant

Assistant for Arch 501 Design Studio | K Brandt Knapp

Aug 2018 - Dec 2018

IBI Group - Gruzen Samton, New York, NY, US, Architectural Designer

Avora at Port Imperial
Weehawken, NJ – Construction Administration and Revit Drafting. Avora is a 450,000 SF, 181 unit waterfront condo development

NYC Driverless Future Challenge
New York, NY – Finalist in challenge to shape future of autonomous vehicles in New York City

Jul 2016 - Jun 2018


University of Pennsylvania, Masters, MSD-AAD

Aug 2018 - Dec 2019
Sep 2011 - May 2016
Jan 2015 - Jun 2015


New York City Driverless Future Challenge Finalist, 2nd Place

IBI Group was shortlisted from a group of more than 200 participants from 25 countries, to be one of four finalists in a challenge to shape the impact of autonomous transportation in partnership with the City of New York. A team of IBI Group transportation specialists, software developers and architectural designers from across five offices developed the concept for sAVe, a community-supported, mobility-as-a-service platform that offers multi-modal ridesharing services, including automated vehicles as they become available.


Fairy Tales 2017 AIAS Prize, Award

Awarded for highest scoring entry from AIAS member for entry "Playing House" with Maria Syed. The competition challenges architects to confront social and environmental issues through graphic representation and narrative.


Habitat for Humanity Design Challenge, 2nd Place

Design of a single story, 4bd/2ba home, 1,300 sf with a budget of $150,000 planned for Palm Beach County, FL.


Areas of Specialization