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Jay Philomena

Jay Philomena currently heads his own practice. In the past, he has served as Principal, Director of Interior Design and led the practices for several national & international design firms including GHK, KlingStubbins, and Burt Hill, where he was responsible for leading design, the staff and spearheading business development efforts. He has developed corporate environments in conjunction with real estate departments, leasing agents, and major developers. More


Deborah Pierce

Deborah holds degrees from Boston Architectural College (B. Arch) and Tufts University (Sociology & Urban Planning) and specializes in universal design. Deborah joins the BAC as an instructor in Professinal & Continuing Education for the Design for a Lifetime Certificate. More


John Pilling

John guides his design students as they acquire skills, increase their knowledge, and deepen their understanding. It is a humbling endeavor: there is always more to do, better. His teaching incorporates a desire to know who and what is around the next bend, and many of his studios include travel, sketchbooks, and research. In his own practice, he designs buildings to have a style that suits their client's interests, program that meets their needs, and construction meant to last. Quality architecture reveals itself only after being recognized by 2 or more generations of observers. Therefore, remarks from contemporary critics are taken with a grain of salt. More


John Poillucci III

John Poillucci III is a Bachelor of Architecture candidate at the BAC and a native of Massachusetts. More


Margaret Pokorny

On March 13th, 2012 Margaret Pokorny will receive the Park Partners Award from Mayor Menino. This award is the city’s first major award for a citizen’s contribution to Boston’s open spaces. Margaret Pokorny has dedicated her attention to revitalizing the Commonwealth Avenue Mall, the Esplanade, and street trees in the Back Bay. More