Adriana Ross was born and raised in Bulgaria and developed a keen interest in design and architecture after moving to Canada.
Adriana has been teaching Studio, Theory and practice of Architectural Representation and Multimedia for the last 11 years as an Instructor at the Azrieli School of Architecture and urbanism in Ottawa, Canada.
Her research, teaching and original work focuse on the translation of meaning from past tradition to a contemporary context in a way that incorporates the evolution of social values.
Adriana has published and presented papers internationally on matters of the state and future of ecclesial buildings. Her personal work on the creation and preservation of ephemeral structures has been published in the international magazine DOMUS.
Through her research and studies she has received several awards, grants and holds first place and honourable mentions from local and international architectural competitions.