I believe everyone deserves a well built environment and that innovative architecture can be created in unexpected places.
David Saladik was a co-founding member of MASS in 2008, working on the design of the Butaro hospital in Rwanda.
Today, David serves as Design Director in Boston, overseeing projects both globally and at home in the US. After working on the Butaro hospital he spearheaded MASS's expansion into Haiti, establishing an office in Port-au-Prince in 2011 and leading the design and construction of Haiti's first permanent Cholera Treatment Center and MDR-TB hospital, both for GHESKIO. In 2013, David transitioned to West Africa to develop the Liberia Health Infrastructure Standards and Guidelines and now leads MASS's post-Ebola efforts for long term health systems strengthening in Liberia, including the design of a new campus for Redemption Hospital in Monrovia. David received his Bachelors of Arts from Boston University and his Masters in Architecture from Harvard Graduate School of Design.