Chris Muskopf, AIA

Associate Principal

Chris Muskopf has applied his project management and design leadership skills on many CambridgeSeven projects, including the award-winning Gloucester HarborWalk, Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame in Calgary, and CBS Scene in Foxboro. He is currently working on the WBUR CitySpace at Boston University and the new Roux Center for the Environment at Bowdoin College. Chris received his Masters of Architecture from MIT and draws from a wide range of experiences in the design professions, including landscape architecture and community-based design. He has served as a guest critic for various universities, including MIT, Northeastern University, Boston Architectural College, Miami University and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Gloucester hopes to lure tourists with high-tech HarborWalk

David Filipov from The Boston Globe tours the Gloucester HarborWalk with mayor Caroline Kirk. Designed by architectural and exhibit design firm Cambridge Seven Associates, the 1.2-mile-long HarborWalk connects downtown Gloucester with the historic working waterfront. Forty-two “Story Moments” on granite …

ESPN: Hall at Patriot Place does it right

In “Hall at Patriot Place does it Right,” Tim Graham of ESPN visits The Hall of Patriot Place, the New England Patriots Hall of Fame designed by Cambridge Seven Associates and media designer Cortina Productions. This 36,000-square-foot sports museum featuring …