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Justin Brown, RA, LEED

Boston, MA, USA

Justin helped with the design of MASS's first project, the Butaro District Hospital, while a student at Harvard's Graduate School of Design.

Since rejoining MASS full-time in 2015 as a Project Architect, Justin has focused on applying MASS’s unique design approach to the United States market. He is currently leading a memorial project as well as an adaptive reuse project in Poughkeepsie, NY for the Mid-Hudson Heritage Center. Prior to MASS, Justin’s experience ranges from core and shell base building design at Gensler in Washington DC, to pro-bono residential reconstruction work in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina with Perez APC. Most recently at Toshiko Mori Architect, he designed and managed through construction an award winning private residence in Maine as well as the 7-Line Subway entrance canopies and Cafe Kiosk in Hudson Park, Manhattan. Justin studied architecture at the Harvard Graduate School of Design where he studied the role of space making in catalyzing new social interactions. Justin is a registered architect in New York State and a LEED Accredited Professional.