Paul Herbert earned his Bachelor of Architecture from Syracuse University.
Paul is a member of the faculty here at the BAC and has been an instructor since 2005. Over the last 8 years, Paul has taught Orthogonal Drawing, Perspective Drawing, Portfolio Design, Design Principles. He is currently teaching Design Representation and one section of the Transdisciplinary Studio 1 (TD-1). For the last five years Paul has also been acting as the coordinator for the faculty that teach the sections of TD-1. In addition to teaching, Paul also sits on the BAC Curriculum Committee as the academic faculty representative.
Paul Herbert is an Associate at Cambridge Seven Associates, Inc. in Cambridge, MA. He has provided planning and architectural design for many academic and cultural projects at Cambridge Seven. Focusing on issues that impact the visitor experience, he has provided architectural design for the Lao Niu Children's Museum in Hohhot; the Museum of Discovery and Science; and the Boston Children's Museum, as well as master planning for several museums. In addition, he has completed academic projects at Northeastern University and Westfield State University