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Jean Carroon FAIA  and Ben Carlson ("Old is the new green")

Jean Carroon FAIA is a principal at Goody Clancy, a Boston-based design firm committed to building social, economic, and environmental value through a diverse practice embracing architecture, planning, and preservation. The author of Sustainable Preservation: Greening Existing Buildings, her work focuses on the creative reuse of existing buildings to shape a healthy, resilient world.

Ben Carlson is an associate principal and the director of Urban Design at Goody Clancy, where he helps communities transform themselves to better meet rapidly accelerating social, economic, and environmental challenges. His work is animated by a passion for creating communities that are more livable, equitable, and resilient.

 

Christine Cipriani ("Remembering the room") is the coauthor of Cape Cod Modern: Midcentury Architecture and Community on the Outer Cape, which The New York Times called "an eye-opening history of an overlooked moment in modern architecture." Her work has appeared in The Architect"s Newspaper, Architectural Record, and Dwell

 

Chris Grimley ("The PoMo puzzle") is a graphic designer and curator with an education in architecture. He is a principal of over,under and codirector of pinkcomma gallery, which has produced several exhibitions about Boston"s legacy of Modernism. His book with Mark Pasnik and Michael Kubo, Heroic: Concrete Architecture and the New Boston, will be published by The Monacelli Press in October.

 

Max Page ("Values added") teaches architecture and historic preservation at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and is the author of The City"s End: Two Centuries of Fantasies, Fears, and Premonitions of New York"s Destruction and the forthcoming Why Historic Preservation Matters, both from Yale University Press. In 2014 he was a Rome Prize Fellow in Historic Preservation at the American Academy in Rome. 

 

Peter Kuttner FAIA ("Saving history") is president of Cambridge Seven Associates, serves on both the bsa and the bsa Foundation boards, and represents New England on the National College of Fellows Board. He has been involved in the adaptive reuse of buildings for immersive and interactive museum experiences in Boston, around the United States, and abroad.