Adam Paul Susaneck
Adam Paul Susaneck is an architect researching how transportation and housing policy have been used as an instrument of physical division within urban areas. His ongoing project, Segregation by Design, aims to catalog the destruction caused by mid-century urban renewal and highway projects. Adam has written for The New York Times, The Guardian, and The Architect’s Newspaper, and his work has been featured in Streetsblog, Fast Company, Architect Magazine, and more. He is pursuing his PhD in urban planning at the Delft Institute of Technology in the Netherlands and earned his Masters of Architecture from Columbia University.