Stephen is a LEED accredited architect with extensive experience in the design and construction of academic and cultural institutions. He contributes to every part of the design process, pursuing simple and elegant solutions to complex problems. Stephen's expertise ranges from detailed explorations in building technology, materials, and form, to conceptualizing buildings at a master planning scale.
Stephen believes architecture establishes a practical and ceremonial context for daily life, and should improve the lives of the individuals it touches. His work is grounded in a thorough understanding of a project's context, both in terms of fiscal objectives and environmental and cultural setting. He is a strong collaborator and an effective listener, translating client goals and aspirations into designs that meet the unique criteria of each project.
Stephen has a graduate degree in architecture from Harvard University and an undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan. Registered in Massachusetts, Stephen is actively engaged in his local Brookline community and has served as a juror for the BSA's Harleston Parker Medal. He has taught and served as a guest critic at many regional universities. Stephen currently serves as Sasaki's architecture discipline coordinator.