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Hubert Murray FAIA

Future Stock

Hubert Murray FAIA lives in Cambridge and works with Partners HealthCare on its sustainability program. His experience building in Africa and the Middle East has been an inspiration for thinking about a global future with scarce resources.

Photo: Rebecca Murray

 

Ann Sussman AIA

When I’m 84

Ann Sussman AIA is a writer, artist, and community organizer. She is the coordinator at ArtScape/Bradford Mill, a studio art and business center in Concord, Massachusetts. She is at work on a book about architecture, planning, and human cognition, co-authored with Justin Hollander, PhD, that will be published next year (Routledge).

Photo: Katie Chen

 

Michelle Addington

Conversation

Michelle Addington is a professor of sustainable architectural design at Yale and co-author of Smart Materials and Technologies: For the Architecture and Design Professions (Architectural Press). Trained as an architect and engineer, her background includes material and component design at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, process design and management at DuPont, and architectural practice.

Photo: Tom Bosschaert

 

Robert Trumbour AIA

Make the Most of It

Robert Trumbour AIA is a founding director of the Boston-based design and research collaborative Artforming and an assistant professor of architecture at Wentworth Institute of Technology. Educated in fine arts and architecture, his current work engages in art, architecture, and landscape through the medium of installation art and emerging technologies.

Photo: Sophie Trumbour

 

Peter Wiederspahn AIA

Grain Elevation

Peter Wiederspahn AIA is an associate dean for academic and faculty affairs in the College of Arts, Media and Design at Northeastern University, and an associate professor in the School of Architecture. He is also principal of Wiederspahn Architecture.

Photo: Peter Wiederspahn