Adina M. Fuller
Adina has over 20 years in the Architecture and Planning industry and, since joining BFE in 1998, has amassed a broad range of design experience including; residential, educational, commercial, and laboratory projects. Some of her past projects include: the Lexington Historical Society’s renovation of its historic train depot, DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park permanent collections building, DeCordova Museum School studio 7 renovations, and several projects at the MIT - Lincoln Laboratory campus. She was the project Architect for two custom built homes and has worked on many other residential additions and renovations; some of which have been featured in This Old House magazine.
Adina received her Bachelor of Architecture from Syracuse University School of Architecture; which included a semester abroad in Florence, Italy, where she studied architectural history and design. Adina is a registered Architect in the state of Massachusetts.
Adina enjoys spending her free time volunteering with a variety of groups and organizations including the PTA at her son's school and the Girl Scouts of America, where she has assisted young Girl Scouts in earning their architectural merit badge.