As the head of Sasaki's Commercial Architecture and Workplace practice, and as principal and Chair of the Urban Studio, Victor's role is to lead a dynamic and diverse group of professionals in bringing cross discipline knowledge to advance the mission and businesses of our clients.
In his tenure at Sasaki, Victor's work has encompassed a wide range of project types and markets, with rich experience in corporate campuses, tech and creative tenants, financial firms, as well as an array of student life, academic, and athletics projects. This breadth of experience has led him to consider what the commercial world can learn from how new generations of students learn, work, and collaborate, as well as what the academic realm can learn from the efficient and fast-paced practices of the business world. In recent years, Victor has focused on emerging inventive and creative clients such as Arnold Worldwide, Wolverine, Fidelity, Osram and Microsoft, and the buildings that serve their needs. His recent work for the City of Boston, at the Bruce Bolling Building in Dudley Square, helped create a new model for government workspace in a forward-looking but contextually-responsive envelope that is receiving significant attention and praise from users, the community, and the media.
Practicing since 1994, Victor holds a bachelor of architecture from Cornell University. He is a member of the Boston Society of Architects and the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, and has taught design at the Boston Architectural College.