Adam Steinbach is a co-founder and Design Principal of UNUM:collaborative, a local
architecture practice whose work encompasses all fields of design, from the urban scale to
interiors and product design. He is a licensed architect in the State of Colorado and holds a
Masters of Architecture degree from the University of Colorado Denver. His project
experience includes hospitality and retail design, office planning, residential remodels and
single and multi-family housing developments. Over the course of his career, he has
established himself as a conscientious architect who brings a multi-layered, design forward
approach to each project in order to push the boundaries of the profession further. His work
experiments with new spatial concepts, often focusing on emerging techniques and
technologies and its impact on the way we design and build the built environment.
Parallel to his work with UNUM, Adam has continued to be involved in academics, teaching
undergraduate architecture studio at University of Colorado Denver and participating on
multiple design charrette and critique panels.