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Adam Kruvand


Adam Kruvand, Principal, Creative Director

When Adam Kruvand was first introduced to the then-new discipline of 3d modeling while pursuing a Bachelor’s in Architecture from the University of Kansas, he knew he had found his niche. Upon graduation, Kruvand remained in Kansas City to work in the 3d department of the international sports architecture firm HOK Sport (1998-2000). Working in an architecture firm solidified his desire to work with 3d technology, but since the industry was limited in 2000, Kruvand decided to open his own studio.

Kruvand leads the team on a range of 3d projects. He is responsible for the creative strategy and production management of work in order to deliver the best imagery possible. He is a big believer in creative thinking and the power design. The goal has always been to bridge the gap between typical 3d applications and its fantastic possibilities. Studio2a has produced thousands of visual solutions for clients big and small and both international and local. While at work on renderings, he makes a point of applying creativity to any given problem in order to find the optimal solution.

Collaborating with clients to produce those solutions on time and on budget can be a challenge for any small agency. Managing the perfect balance between creativity and production, Kruvand has proven time and time again that Studio2a can deliver.


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