Robert Kroin, AIA, is the president at Robert Kroin Architect. Kroin has over 40 years of experience working in Boston’s planning and development fields where he has worked on large-scale planning projects.
- Worked at Boston Redevelopment Authority from 1969-2009
- Prominent projects include South Boston Seaport Plan, the North Station Plan, the Longwood Medical Area Plan, and Downtown Plan efforts; the Back Bay Architectural Commission, The Holocaust Memorial, Hynes Auditorium, and the Millennium project
- Teaching experience at Harvard as a Critic in Urban Design, at MIT as a Lecturer; given seminars on Boston’s urban design and on the issue of contemporary design in an historic context at the 2001 AIA National Convention, for the Teachers as Scholars Program in Continuing Education 2002-2006; as keynote speaker at Seattle’s 2000 Urban Design Conference; and at the Boston Society of Architects BuildBoston convention
- Sat on award juries for the Rotch Scholarship, and the Harleston Parker Award, and frequently on juries of student work at the local design schools
- Received his Master of Architecture degree from Harvard after receiving a Master of Arts in English from Harvard and a BA from Brown, magna cum laude
Last updated 8/25/16