…………..Adam Scott Cook



Adam Scott Cook’s work focuses on the dialogue between art and architecture. His work is expressed through his sculptures and designs using wide range of materials. He also finds simple forms and ideas in today’s buildings and captures them through digital photography. Cook’s methodology behind his creations is to use his knowledge from his formal education in artistic studies as the basis, build on his background and experience in architecture, and continue to gain inspiration from his travels throughout the world. Having concepts that are both distinctive and explorative Adam Scott Cook strives to be an auteur in all aspects of art, architecture, and their construction.

Adam Scott Cook is a native of Baltimore who has studied architecture and sculpture locally and internationally. Throughout his college career, Cook worked fulltime for several architectural firms learning and experiencing all facets of architecture from conceptual design through construction. He has worked on several mixed use projects in the flourishing neighborhood of Harbor East. Recently, Cook was a Project Architect on the Four Seasons Hotel, the first five-star hotel in Baltimore, Maryland.



Adam Scott Cook, LLC, Sculptor


LuluLemon Athletica Harbor East Sculpture, September 2012,Baltimore, MD

Beechtree Estates Sculpture, In planning, Aberdeen, MD

Upper Chesapeake Residential Hospice Donor Wall, 2010,Forest Hill, MD

solo exhibitions in bold

Architectural Interaction, Curated by John Henry, Upcoming exhibition – 2013

  • World Renowned metal sculptor, John Henry offered to curate upcoming exhibition.

Genesis @ Green Spring Station, Lutherville, MD, 2010 – 12 month outdoor exhibition.

United Creator Awards – International Juried Exhibition, 2009.

Exhibited in Bang & Olufsen Showrooms located in Berlin, New York City, and Los Angeles.

ArtKudos.com – International Juries Art Competition &Exhibition, online, 2008, Finalist.

Washington Square Innovational Exhibition, Washington, D.C., 2008,  Juried by Richard Suib.

200 Tysons II Exhibitions, Tyson’s Corner, VA, 2007, Office Lobby Sculpture Exhibitions.

‘DECON / STRUCT / URED SEC / TIONS’, Baltimore, MD, 2007, Thesis Art Exhibition.

  • Honors sculpture thesis was granted by portfolio review application.

‘Sculpture Now’ , Washington D.C., 2007,  Juried by Ramon Osuna.

‘Sculpture & Drawings’, Towson, MD, 2006, Towson Sculpture Coalition.



Beatty Harvey Coco Architects, Architect

Detailed and managed the construction and bid process for several mixed use buildings

  • Buildings range in size from 250,000 square feet to over 1,000,000 square feet.
  • Recently designed the construction documents, managed the construction and coordinated the opening of the $200MM Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore.
  • During the three-year build of the Legg Mason and Four Seasons development, constant field analysis of construction details helped to reduce delays and ultimately finished with a quality, cost efficient product.

Regularly tasked to design and detail high-rise elevators, stairs, canopies and railings.

  • Recently designed the grand stairs, glass railings and glass canopy systems for the Four Seasons Hotel and Legg Mason Headquarters.
  • Designed and managed the fabrication and installation of the Landmark Theater marque and canopy.

Managed the coordination efforts for the architect of record along with trade consultants located around the world.

  • Projects included consultant teams with over 20 trades.
  • Researched code requirements for local jurisdictions.
  • Reviewed shop drawings and product submittals during construction phase.

Produced schematic layouts and options for preliminary land developments.

  • Designed and built digital presentation models for proposed buildings in the planning stage of the Harbor Point development.
  • Constructed massing and detail models, for client and team interaction.
  • Developed a strong working knowledge for selected finishes and materials with proper specifications according to budget and timeframe.



Architecture Design Works, Intern Architect

Developed proposals and designs for mid-sized commercial, institutional, and medical projects.

Developed design and construction documents on several private residences.

  • Several projects included +$1MM custom built residences in the neighborhood of Glen Angus in Bel Air, Maryland.

Assisted with the design and construction documents of several multi-family developments.

Assisted with writing proposals for small commercial and residential projects.



Peter Fillat Architects, Intern

Began summer internship following high school graduation.

  • Permanent job offer from Director at culmination of summer internship.

Trained in architectural hand drafting as well as computer aided drafting.

Designed and built presentation models, for proposed buildings in the planning stage of the Harbor East development.




Towson University, B.S. in Honors Sculpture, September 2003 – May 2007

The University of Maryland, College Park, September 2000 – May 2002, Focus in Architecture




Exelon Corporation Headquarters, 2012, Baltimore, MD

Under Armour Retail Store, 2012, Baltimore, MD

Baltimore Recreation Pier Restoration, 2012, Baltimore, MD

Four Seasons Hotel & Residences, 2009-2011, Baltimore, MD

Legg Mason Office Tower, 2008-2009, Baltimore, MD

Landmark Theater Marquee, 2007, Baltimore, MD

Hilton Garden Inn & Homewood Suites, 2005-2008, Baltimore, MD

Environment Protection Agency, Laboratory Additions, 2005, Fort Meade, MD

Glenangus Townhomes, 2003-2004, Bel Air, MD

Cambridge Residences & Townhomes, 2002-2003, Cambridge, MD

Marriott Waterfront, 2000, Baltimore, MD




Boston.com – “Dramatic Design: 3D Art at Four Seasons Baltimore”, Melanie Nayer, 2012

Bmore Media – “Structurally sound — Bmore area sculptor melds architecture and art”, www.bmoremedia.com, 2010

Art Buzz – The 2009 Collection, Art Buzz Publishing – 2009




National Council of Architecture Registration Boards,

  • Maryland State Board Approved for A.R.E. exams

International Sculpture Center

Sculptors Inc. of Baltimore

Washington Sculptors Group

Urban Land Institute




John Guggenheim Memorial Artist Grant, Semi-finalist, 2011

Guest Lectures at Towson University, 2009 & 2012

Guest Speaker at the Mid-South Sculpture Conference, Chattanooga, TN, 2011




High-level experience working with the following computer programs: Autocad 2012, Revit, Sketchup, 3dMax, Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint), Adobe Acrobat Pro, Adobe Photoshop CS4, Adobe Illustrator CS4.

Trained and experienced in high quality metal fabrication and wood carpentry.