Justin Crane, AIA

Senior Associate

Since joining CambridgeSeven, Justin Crane has provided architectural design for many notable academic, civic, and hospitality projects. He is actively involved in the Boston architecture community, serving on the AIA Ethics Board, as President of Learning by Design Massachusetts, and as former chair of the BSA Ethics committee and founding Co-Chair of Common Boston, a volunteer committee of the BSA that celebrates architecture and design in the community. Justin received his Masters in Architecture from MIT and a Bachelors of Art degree in Visual and Environmental Studies from Harvard University. He has served as a guest critic at MIT, Northeastern University, and the Wentworth Institute of Technology. He received the 2015 AIA Young Architects Award and was named one of BD+C Magazine's "40 Under 40."

Hard Rock Honolulu serves up new memories

Elizabeth Kieszkowski from the Star Advertiser visits the Hard Rock Honolulu, a new LEED-certified restaurant and retail store designed by Cambridge Seven Associates. Replacing a former Hard Rock Honolulu, which closed its doors earlier in the year, this new 13,000-square-foot …

BSA Profile: Justin Crane AIA

In this Profile for the Boston Society of Architects, Justin Crane AIA, an associate at Cambridge Seven Associates, discusses the projects he’s currently working on, what inspires him, and how design can save the world. Justin Crane recently completed the Giant …