Harvard University: Richard A. and Susan F. Smith Campus Center by Hopkins Architects and Bruner/Cott Architects

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Hopkins Architects, London. Design Principals.- Andrew Barnett, Tom Jenkins, Sophy Twohig, Pamela Bate. Project Architects.- Edward Farndale, Maggie Lo, Yosuke Nagumo. Project Team.- Jessica Bailey, Heechan Park, Henry Thorold, Rozita Rahman, Bart Chechlowski, Yoonjin Kim
Design Principals
Jason Jewhurst, AIA (Principal-in-Charge); Leland Cott, FAIA LEED AP; Henry Moss, AIA, LEED AP; Lawrence Cheng, AIA, LEED AP.
Project Team
Ken Guditz, AIA, LEED AP; Karen Greene, RA, LEED AP BD C; Nurit Zuker, AIA; Lena Kozloski, AIA; Susan Morgan, AIA, LEED AP BD C; Christopher Nielson, AIA, LEED AP; Kathryn Bilgen, RA; LeeAnn Suen.
Structural Engineer.- ARUP.
MEP/FP Engineer.- ARUP.
Landscape Architect.- Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates.
Lighting Designer.- ARUP.
Interior Designer.- Hopkins Architects.
Cost Estimator.- Faithful+Gould.
Executive Architect.-Bruner/Cott Architects, Boston.
Harvard University.
Consigli Construction Company.
96,242 sf.
Cambridge - Massachusetts, USA.
Nic Lehoux.

Micheal, Patricia Hopkins. Hopkins Architects

Hopkins Architects was founded in 1976 by Micheal and Patricia Hopkins. It is a renowned British company with an international reputation. The Practice is now led by five Directors and based in London, having completed projects around the world. They work in offices designed by them in Marylebone with a team of approximately 100 architects and staff. In addition, they operate a design studio in Dubai and they maintain project offices in Tokyo, Shanghai, and Munich.

Michael Hopkins. Sir Michael Hopkins founded the practice in 1976. He has been awarded a CBE and Knighted for Services to Architecture and won the RIBA Gold Medal for Architecture in 1994 (with Patty Hopkins). He is also a Royal Academician, a recent Trustee of the British Museum, and a past President of the Architectural Association.

Patricia Hopkins. Lady Hopkins co-founded Hopkins Architects in 1976. She was made an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Institute of Architects in Scotland in 1996 and the American Institute of Architects in 1997 and won the RIBA Gold Medal for Architecture in 1994 (with Michael Hopkins). She is a Trustee of the National Gallery and also a member of the Architectural Association.

Bruner/Cott Architects

Bruner/Cott Architects
The  Bruner/Cott company, based in Boston, Massachusetts and they serve cultural, educational, and commercial clients nationally. Their design philosophy is inclusive in approach and collaborative in nature. The most effective design solutions derive from a creative interpretation of place, culture, program, and responsibility. In addition, their practice thoughtfully considers each project within the context of mission and community.



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