Richard Brown

Lecturer, Architecture

  • Title Lecturer, Architecture
  • Office 725 Commonwealth Ave, Rm 301
  • Education A.B., Princeton University; M.Arch., Yale University.

Richard Brown is an architect in the Boston area who specializes in vernacular residential architecture and in particular energy efficient homes. He has recently designed a net zero energy house and has completed an addition that has made the total house a cost zero house to heat. He has taught at Boston University since 2009 and previously he taught at Massachusetts College of Art, Wentworth Institute of Technology, Northeastern University, Roger Williams University and The Boston Architectural College. Since living in the Boston area he has developed a strong interest in H. H. Richardson and has done research into Richardson’s use of proportions in his buildings. In addition to being an architect, Mr. Brown has also done local development, has constructed several house for himself and is involved in several town organizations. While not holding up Frank Lloyd Wright’s Falling Water (as in the photograph) he can be found biking or sailing the coast of Maine.

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