Alex Krieger, FAIA is a founding principal of Chan Krieger Sieniewicz, an architecture and urban design firm in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and a professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, where he served as Chairman of the Department of Urban Planning & Design from 1998-2004.
An authority on the evolution of urban settlements, Mr. Krieger’s publications include : Urban Design (2009), Mapping Boston (1999), Towns and Town Making Principles (1991), A Design Primer for Cities and Towns (1990), Past Futures : Two Centuries of Imagining Boston (1985), and essays for various architecture, design and planning periodicals. Mr. Krieger has served as director of the U.S. National Endowment for the Arts Mayors’ Institute on City Design (1995-1998); Commissioner on the Boston Civic Design Commission (1988-97); design review architect for the Providence Capital Center Commission (1991-98); Director of the National Leadership Institute for Planning Directors (1998-2006); and the Vice President f the New England Holocaust Memorial Committee (1989-99) during which Boston’s award winning memorial as planned, designed and dedicated.

2009 Territories urban design 300

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