We feel the most important aspects of architecture are how individuals interact with a space and the different emotions that can be experienced from that interaction. Similar to a painting or a sculpture, each person examines the art work and can feel exactly what the artist has intended or they create their own feelings of what it represents to them. Emotions come from within the human mind during the experience with the space. Everyone should be able to enjoy and have available to them good architecture in their community.
Craig Herrmann has been developing his skills in design and construction for over twenty years. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from the Boston Architectural College and an Associates’ degree in Architectural Engineering from New Hampshire Technical Institute. He is in the process of completing the Architectural Registration Exams (ARE) with the National Council of Architectural Registration Board (NCARB) to become a registered architect with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He has extensive experience coordinating multiple projects through all phases of design and construction. Throughout his career, he has also come to understand the importance of whole building design and how an integrated design approach incorporates all disciplines. Along with his extensive technical experience, he possesses strong communication skills and believes that professional integrity and the ability to communicate clearly with both clients and colleagues are essential to the longevity and long-term success of a firm. This philosophy has always been central to his career.
Awards and honorable mentions
Caldwell Farm – MZO Group & C.P. Berry Co.
P.R.I.S.M. Silver Award-Best Attached Home over 3,000 sq. ft. – 2007
P.R.I.S.M. Gold Award-Best Attached Community of the Year – 2005
P.R.I.S.M. Gold Award-Best Multi-Family Attached over $600K – 2005
P.R.I.S.M. Gold Award-Best Innovative Land Planning Design – 2005
P.R.I.S.M. Gold Award-Community Service Award – 2005
P.R.I.S.M. Silver Award-Best Landscape Design – 2005
AIA/Henry Adams Certificate of Merit
Boston Architectural College (May 2011)
Certificate of merit awarded to the second-ranking graduating student in each architecture program accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board.
Kevin F. O’Marah Award Nomination
Boston Architectural College (April 2011)
Nomination awarded to top 15% of graduating class
Dean Arcangelo Cascieri Scholarship Finalist
Boston Architectural College (March 2009)
Nomination awarded to top twelve students based on GPA
Steffian Bradley Architects Scholarship Nomination
Boston Architectural College (October 2008)
Nomination awarded to top six students based on GPA
- American Institute of Architects
- Boston Society of Architects
- National Council of Architectural Registration Board
- City Hall Restoration Commission, Gloucester, Massachusetts
- Richard Griffin Architecture