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ArchitectureBoston founders (“Present at the creation,” page 24)

Left to right:

Peter Kuttner FAIA is a principal at Cambridge Seven Associates. He was president of the Boston Society of Architects/AIA when the first issue of ArchitectureBoston was launched in 1998.

Nancy Jenner Hon. BSA is a senior associate at Minelli, Inc. She was deputy director of the Boston Society of Architects/AIA and founding publisher of the magazine.

Richard Fitzgerald Hon. BSA was executive director of the Boston Society of Architects/AIA from 1984 to 2008, and presided over the magazine’s founding.

Elizabeth S. Padjen FAIA is an architect and writer. She is the founding editor of ArchitectureBoston and served in that position from 1998 to 2011.

Wilson F. Pollock FAIA was a founding principal of ADD, Inc. He was the first chairman of the magazine’s advisory editorial board.

Gretchen (Schneider) Rabinkin AIA is executive director of the Boston Society of Landscape Architects. She was deputy editor of the magazine from 2008 to 2013 and is a frequent contributor.

Not pictured: Judy Kohn, the magazine’s first art director.


Matthew J. Kiefer Hon. BSA (“20/20 hindsight,” page 36) is a land use attorney at Goulston & Storrs, focusing on complex urban projects. A Boston resident, he is deeply involved in open space, historic preservation, land use policy reform, and other civic initiatives. He has taught in the urban planning programs at MIT and Harvard.


Jay Wickersham FAIA (“Brave new practice,” page 40), an architect and lawyer, represents design firms in projects worldwide with the Cambridge, Massachusetts, law firm Noble, Wickersham & Heart. He is the president-elect of the Boston Society of Architects/AIA.


Jim Stanislaski AIA (“My back pages,” page 72) is an architect at Gensler and leads its regional design resiliency group. He is a member of the Massachusetts AIA board and has served on several research panels for the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.