Adriana Meyer was born in Guatemala City and attended architecture school at Universidad Francisco Marroquín.
While in school, she built a business designing and constructing residential projects. After moving to Dallas in 2000, she joined HKS where she specialized in healthcare and assisted living. Some projects included Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta; St. Rose Hospital, Las Vegas; Lynn Cancer Center, Boca Raton, amongst others. She specialized in planning and exterior design. She received her architecture license in the state of Texas in 2004.
She founded APM Architecture in 2007. Initially focused exclusively on modern residential architecture, the company expanded to include the design of mixed-use, multifamily, and commercial projects. She’s been selected to participate in several juried exhibitions by AIA Dallas. After 10 years of successfully running her own practice, she joined Leon Capital.
She enjoys time with her family, traveling and practicing martial arts. She is a black belt in taekwondo and 1997 national champion of Guatemala. She currently practices Okinawan Karate.