Patti Seitz

Title: Professor

Degrees: BA, MA/M.Arch Washington University; M.Arch, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

President, Seitz Architects, Inc; Partner, Seitz-Reisen Partnership

Boston Society of Architects; Women in Architecture

Clients Include
Oak Meadow Montessori School, Performing Arts and Athletic Center; Cambridge College, Cambridge and Lawrence, MA; North Shore Community Health Services, sites, Gloucester, Peabody, MA; Elder Service Plan of the North Shore, PACE Program, sites, Gloucester and Lynn, MA; Pathways for Children, Gloucester, MA; Just-A-Start and Youthbuild, Program Headquarters, Cambridge, MA; TRI-CAP Children and Family Services, sites Malden and Everett, MA; Boston Shambhala Meditation Center; The Mall at Chestnut Hill, exterior renovations, Retail stores and Cafes: Cybersmith, Kenzie Kids, Royal Doulton, Coach, Tistik, Learningsmith, Booksmith, Quadrum Gallery, Opticians 3; New Houses, Concord, Truro, Cambridge, and Nantucket; Historic Restorations and Additions: Residences in Newton, Nantucket, Arlington and Cambridge; Commercial: Barnard Building, Andover, MA

Publications Include "Postmodern Ritualisering Och Gestalting Av Symboliska Ock Trygga Plaster" by Valerie Demarinis, "Rum For Mening: Om plats och ritual I det postmoderna samhallet", ed. Christina Engfors, Stockholm, Arktekturmuseet; Architecture; Boston Business Journal; Boston Globe; The New York Times; Wired

Awards Include Nuckolls Fund, Lesley Wheel Introductory Lighting Program; New England Foundation for the Arts Planning Grant; MCC Adams Grant, Community Development Block Funds, Somerville, MA; Massachusetts Department of Energy and Environmental Affairs, MassArt Green Roof design and construction with Sustainable Architecture students; MassArt Professional Development Fund Grant, Research on thatch construction in England; National Parks Service River and Trails Program, Massachusetts Cultural Council Cultural Economic Development Program, with senior architecture students,"An Artist's View of a Strategic Plan", City of Brockton; Aga Khan Grant, Research and Documentation in Cordoba, Spain with Fernando Domeyko, MIT

Guest Lectures Include Keynote, Communication Design and Visual Arts Conference, Da-Yeh University, Changhua, Taiwan; presentation, "Path as a Generator of Placemaking", CAA

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