Chris Genter


Chris has been teaching architectural design studios at Northeastern since 2003. He is a designer and project architect at Utile, where his projects include the Boston Harbor Islands Pavilion on the Rose F. Kennedy Greenway, multiple projects for the Advent School on Beacon Hill, and MIT’s new Center for Real Estate. He is currently working with Handel Architects on a new rehearsal building for the Boston Conservatory. He has worked with the Renzo Piano Building Workshop in Genoa, Italy on two projects for Harvard University: a new museum of modern art and a renovation and substantial addition to the existing Fogg Art Museum; and for Machado and Silvetti Associates on the Getty Museum Renovation in Los Angeles.

He earned his Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University in 1996, where he was awarded the Clifford Beckwith Brown Medal for Outstanding Thesis, the Charles Sands Medal for Design Achievement, and the AIA medal for Academic Achievement. He continued his architectural studies at MIT, where he earned a Master of Science in 1998.


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