Jan Brenner, AIA

Associate Principal

With a Post Professional Masters in Architecture from Yale and a Bachelor in Architecture from Syracuse University, Jan Brenner gained experience in Sweden, Belgium and Connecticut prior to joining our firm. As Project Architect at CambridgeSeven, he has brought accomplished design skills to a range of projects, including public transit, academic, hospitality, museum and corporate work. Mr. Brenner enjoys working directly with our clients to bring form to their visions.

A hurricane simulator that will save your life

After the groundbreaking for the new Marine Technology and Life Sciences Seawater Research Complex designed by Cambridge Seven Associates, Popular Science interviewed Brian Haus, chair of the Division of Applied Marine Physics at the University of Miami about the “hurricane simulator that will …

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 …

Governor praises Dorchester’s Ashmont MBTA Station

Patrick Rosso, Town Correspondent for Boston.com attended the ribbon cutting for the Ashmont MBTA station designed by architects Cambridge Seven Associates. Ashmont Station is part of a larger Red Line Rehabilitation Project, which included the renovation of the Shawmut and …