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Board of Trustees

Trustees' Message

The history of Boston is reflected in its structures and spaces—in the curves of the Public Library's marble staircase, in the ups and downs of the roof-lines on Commonwealth Avenue, in the twists of the streets between Haymarket and the North End, and in the ribbons of pathways that follow the Charles River on a summer day.

Over the years Boston has grown as ineluctably as the willow branches over the pond in the Public Garden. The city—with its rich neighborhoods, its ebullient street life, its stately public buildings, and its handsome and often controversial skyscrapers—has slowly evolved as its citizens constantly seek to make it their own.

How can we be sure that the "built environment" of Boston and the entire Commonwealth of Massachusetts will continue to enhance the quality of our everyday lives—and that its atmosphere and character will be preserved?

The built environment is the result of a planning, design and building process—and the residents of any city are an integral part of that process. It is our diligent insistence that the places in which we live and work be life-enhancing that finally produces a livable city.

The Boston Society of Architects sought to enrich and stimulate that public process when it formed the BSA Foundation, (formerly the Boston Foundation for Architecture), which supports individuals and groups seeking to clarify for all of us the influence and value of good planning, design and construction. The goal of the Foundation is to ensure that we cherish our physical legacy—and that we are all active participants in the processes that shape it and re-shape it.

2018 BSA Foundation Board of Trustees


Chair

Ted Touloukian AIA
Touloukian Touloukian Inc.

 


Vice Chair

Bennet Heart
Noble, Wickersham & Heart LLP

 


Treasurer

Eric Krauss
New England Aquarium

 


Secretary

Kelly Sherman
Kelly Sherman Consulting

 


Past Chair

Laura Wernick FAIA
HMFH Architects, Inc.

 

Meera Deean
Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA)

Richard Dimino
A Better City

 

Rickie Golden
The Davis Companies

Peter Kuttner FAIA
Cambridge Seven Associates

 

Anne-Marie Lubenau
Bruner Foundation

Patrick McCafferty PE
ARUP USA

 

Haril Pandya FAIA
CBT Architects

David Silverman AIA
Silverman Trykowski Associates

 

Richard Taylor
Taylor Smith Commercial, LLC.

Kenneth Willis
Federal Home Loan Bank