Jason J. Jewhurst AIA
A partner and principal of the firm, Jason leads design teams to explore possibilities and push current building industry standards to create sustainable, contemporary architecture that will age gracefully over time.
Jason thrives leading multi-disciplinary teams through planning, design, and construction and welcomes design challenges that demand innovation and adaptable solutions. His passion for connecting with the natural environment informs all his work as a specialist in campus initiatives, commercial development, and high-performance building design. Jason has been the design leader on several transformative projects including the Living Building-Certified R.W. Kern Center at Hampshire College. He was also our firm’s principal-in-charge of our executive architect efforts at the Richard A. & Susan F. Smith Campus Center at Harvard University, which transformed a 60s-era brutalist complex into a welcoming front door for the university.
Committed to sharing knowledge and inspiring others, Jason speaks frequently at regional and national conferences, including the AIA National Conference on Architecture, the Boston Society of Architecture, the International Living Future Institute, and NESEA’s BuildingEnergy, on high-performance and net positive design, sustainable materials, and campus transformation. Jason lectures at colleges and universities including Boston University, Harvard University, Rhode Island School of Design, Macalester College, Wentworth Institute of Technology, and Yale University. He is a recipient of a Living Hero Award from the International Living Future Institute.